I don’t know about you, however me, I absolutely love the warmth and the history of recycled timber in my home.
Not only that, I feel a sense of achievement that such a beautiful thing has been saved and re-purposed rather than disposed.
So when I was sent these photos of this unique once-off door (more of an artwork) I just had to share them with you.
Recycled Jarrah Doors – How Are they Made?
Every recycled Jarrah door is a truly unique once-off decorative feature.
First, Fremantle Door & Window sources the pre-used jarrah timber that meets the dimensions of the door and the requirements of the client.
They then cut each section of the door to size and lay out the pieces in the factory in O’Connor.
The customer is invited to the factory where they join in the fun of deciding which which pieces to use and the order in which they are placed.
Skilled tradesmen then put the door together and fit an edge strip to complete the look.
The door is then installed in the customer’s home by the company’s experienced installers.
Check out more timber sliding doors in the photo gallery.