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Sustainable Australian Timber Slabs.

We are serious about what we do. We salvage, mill and kiln dry all our timber; none of our logs are sourced from forestry and all of our pieces come with a unique story of the trees history.

The Wood Project supply timber slabs from salvaged log, kiln dried at our factory on the Mornington Peninsula.

The Wood Project salvage logs and mill them to produce an amazing array of natural, sustainable timber slabs (see below for our extensive and ever changing range of timbers). We own and operate our own kiln, our timber slabs are kiln dried down to 10 percent moisture content – which is optimum for furniture making.

We offer a large, unprecedented stock of  ‘live’ edge slabs. Visit our warehouse, walk away with a timber slab and work on it yourself or pick a timber slab of your choice and we will create a custom piece of furniture for you.

‘Live’ means that the natural edges of the slab are kept in tact.  Live edge furniture has a beautiful uniqueness, warmth and character. There is always the option to remove the live edges, but they are always left on during the milling process to give you both options when picking out a slab.

Due to our timber being milled from salvaged logs, the grains and character of the wood are like no other. Some of the trees we salvage are more than 180 years old with an incredible amount of history and character. Our range of salvage timber includes:

Scroll down to view some of our slab collection

Our range of salvaged timber includes:

Sugar gum
Sugar Gum
A very versatile Class 1 Aussie hardwood timber which can be used indoors or outdoors. The tones in this timber are of a caramel nature that seems to adapt to fit into any surrounds, due to this is highly sought after by our customers, its a hard one to go past.  Commonly used for bartops, table tops, kitchen benches.
Messmate
Messmate
This timber is lighter in colour with beautiful dark sap veins throughout, creating wonderful character in the timber, for this reason it is a crowd favourite. There is a multitude of uses for messmate including, desks, vanities, bench tops, shelving, coffee tables etc
Mahogany
Mahogany
With beautiful rich tones of red, pinks and brown its hard to go past this Aussie hardwood. This timber can be used indoors or outdoors making it perfect for bartops, benches, desks, vanities and a multitude of other uses.
Spotted Gum

Spotted Gum

Everyone loves spotty and for good reason, its iconic for its warm tones with pale sap wood outlining the edges giving beautiful contrast, it’s durable and versatile. This beautiful timber can be used for almost anything, indoors or outdoors, bartops, benches, table tops, vanities etc 

SilkyOak

Silky Oak 

This timber is extremely pretty, the patina has a multitude of colours ranging from browns, pinks, dark red. Silky Oak is highly sought after by furniture makers due to the figure in the grain. Common uses are tables, hall tables, vanities etc.  

cypress

Cypress

Cypress is the most versatile of all timbers, while it is a soft wood dont let that fool you, this is the most stable timber. It can be used indoors or outdoors, it is a  beautiful light timber that exudes beachy, coastal charm. With knot details adding character you really cant go wrong with good old cypress. Common uses are outdoor tables and bartops.  

Sugar Gum Table

Messmate Table

Cypress Table

If you have a particular project in mind, please call us or email and we can discuss your specific needs.