FROM TREE TO TABLE...
Live edge slabs are becoming ubiquitous in modern design.
Those wishing to make a major statement in a room are starting to recognise the high impact potential of raw timber slabs.
Coming directly from nature, our wind-felled slabs, once rescued from the elements and professionally dried have magnificent edges and speak of decades of natural growth. We recommend that they are be left raw and unrefined by traditional, straight-edge shaving methods.
The statement you'II make is one of respect for nature and its organic lines.
We take inspiration from George Katsutoshi Nakashima, the Japanese American wood worker, architect and furniture maker. As a key innovator and founding father of the American craft movement, Nakashima's body of work is revered in 20th century design and showed absolute respect for the beauty of timber's natural edges.
LET US HELP YOU SELECT YOUR SLAB
Choose a mighty slab to take with you to your own joiner/maker or ask us about our joinery services.
Contact us to browse our endless range of slab options.
Kororit Creek Road Williamstown, 3016
7 Graham Street Moama, 2731
Ph: (03) 54800044
DESIGN INSPIRATION GALLERY:
We trawled the internet for inspiration for live edge slab design in the modern home. The sky is the limit when it comes to raw timber as these spectacular designs from all over the world illustrate.
Brendan Donchi, timber supplier and joiner has been working with recycled timber for 24 years. He comes from a long line of timber workers who have been involved with the industry for nearly a century.
At Nullarbor Sustainable Timber we believe that businesses are responsible for achieving good environmental practice and operating in a sustainable manner. We are committed to reducing our environmental impact and continually improving our environmental performance as an integral and fundamental part of our business strategy and operating methods. It is our priority to encourage our customers, suppliers and all business associates to do the same. Not only is this sound commercially, but it delivers a duty of care towards future generations.