Our Clients share our passion for protecting the planet & our philosophy of conscious choice making a better world for future generations to enjoy. We guarantee the source of our timber, to give you peace of mind. Our Natural Attrition timber is THE highest standard of eco-friendly timber bar none. Natural Attrition means natural causes (Mother Nature – storms, floods, droughts) and is the pinnacle of our range of eco-friendly timber. Beautiful old growth timber furniture that doesn’t harm the earth.
“Geoff improved the design above and beyond what I thought was possible with the timber I gave him. A dream to collaborate with, nothing was too much trouble. He clearly loves what he does & strives for the highest quality of craftsmanship. The results speak for themselves.” – Kim – Wodonga Victoria …… Read More
Home for Geoff and Linda Simpson is a third generation family owned and run 200 acre property in Oxley, North East Victoria. 100 acres of the property is on the floodplains bounded by Hurdle Creek and the King River. As this area is regularly inundated with water, it remains undeveloped, providing sanctuary for the Red Gum forests and native animals including: kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, echidnas, possums, lizards, frogs, fish, turtles, platypus, Rakali (native water rat), snakes and innumerable bird species. It is a healthy and diverse ecosystem that we wish to protect and regenerate by removing weed species and revegetating new areas to return it to a more natural state…… Read More
Buying ecofriendly timber can be like buying free range eggs – it says it is, but how do you really know? And, to what degree? We can show you photos of the trees, tell you the story behind the storm or flood that felled them. You can even visit the property and see where they grew! That’s peace of mind ……… Read More
FROM FOREST TO FURNITURE
The Power of Nature – to give life and to take it. The seeds fall, they are covered with leaf litter and organic matter from the parent trees, they shoot and new life begins. Cycles of drought and flood come and go. During periods of prolonged drought, the majestic giants shrink their root systems to conserve energy and water, leaving them top-heavy and susceptible to storms. Under these conditions, the giants are often felled by Mother Nature. Floods follow droughts, the strength of which can move entire trees great distances – such is the power of nature and so begins the journey …….. Read More