Timber Revival is more than a place you go to pick up beautifully aged material for your next project. Recycled timber is given a new life here. It’s brought into the present through a range of bespoke timber products for domestic and commercial applications.
ADDRESS: 1/9 Lacy Street, Braybrook, Victoria
OPEN HOURS: Monday to Friday 7.30am – 4.30pm, Saturday 8am – 1pm
WEBSITE: www.timberrevival.com.au (full contact details below)
Timber Revival transforms reclaimed timber into a range of products such as flooring, cladding, decking, stairs, posts and beams. They also specialise in custom solid timber bench tops and table joinery for a variety of commercial and domestic applications from kitchens and bathrooms to cafes, bars and even full retail fit outs.
At the helm is husband and wife team Aaron and Bree. They got their start seven years ago when Aaron, a furniture designer, made Bree a table using a 300 year old piece of Tallowwood. The effort and care that went into creating that first piece is the same passion that goes into everything they do.
At Timber Revival you’ll find stunning timbers mixed with years of accumulated knowledge about the art and the science of wood work. History is respected here. Each piece of wood has a story and has been hand picked to make something that will last.
Whether you plan on taking on a project yourself or leaving it in Aaron and Bree’s expert hands, stop by the joinery area and see where the magic happens. There’s no need to set an appointment to visit the workshop and they are open six days a week to discuss your next project.
Timber Revival combines history with innovation and love. Every piece reflects a distinct journey. Whether you want a beautiful feature floor or statement bench top, Aaron and Bree have the expertise to help you every step of the way.
ADDRESS: 1/9 Lacy Street, Braybrook
PHONE: 03 9318 3898
OPEN HOURS: Monday to Friday 7.30am- 4.30pm, Saturday 8am – 1pm
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Note: All images by Timber Revival, reproduced with permission.