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Kenney Pierce Timber helped put new life back into the stunning old Glenaroua Station building. With timber supplied by our client, we detailed the end of the beams for this pergola, along with other projects on the property.
From the recycled door to the recycled windows, the hardwood beams and the lining boards Kenney Pierce Timber supplied everything you can see in this cute little garden shed.
We were also very lucky to build these 100% recycled Blackbutt timber cabinets and fireplace mantlepieces.
Main House Set against the dense green backdrop of Victorian rainforest sits this residential property which with any visit could be mistaken for the most luxurious retreat. Kenney Pierce Timber provided every inch of timber the eye can see (and what the eye can't see). In this labour of love. You can see everything, from our Recycled Timber beams, doors and lining boards to the bench tops, table tops and pantry cupboards. The construction of this main building began over 31 years ago by Mark Kenney one of the founders and now Director of Kenney Pierce Timber. The build had continually been updated and added to over the last three decades and had its final injection of love and work in 2019-20. You will see a variety of Kenney Pierce Timber's recycled timbers in the build and furnishings, such as Recycled Messmate, Jarrah, Ironbark, Oregon and Blackbutt to name a few. Adjacent Cottage (Original Hermit Shack) This beautiful cottage was once the only dwelling originally on
Recycled Timber 'Projekt 3488' in Warburton...Here we have a sunlit view of one of the Recycled Timber garden gates made by Kaya Kenney at Kenney Pierce Timber. And below another view of the big barn style doors. Made by Mark Kenney To give you an idea of scale - here we see Mark working on the construction of them. Each door is 4 x 2 meters.