Because of the many aesthetic, environmental and health benefits of natural products, Logwood and Raw Timber fixtures are growing in popularity within  public space architecture. Especially where children play.  There are limitless possibilities for re-purposing Raw Logwood for public spaces.

Here are just a few: 

  • Log Bridges

  • Cubby Houses and Fortresses

  • Sculptures

  • Bush Furniture

  • Stepping Logs and Balancing Beams

  • Posts and Fences

  • Totem Poles
  • Australian Animals
  • Exotic Animals
  • Mushroom Sculptures
Sometimes a branch, or a knot  in a piece of logwood, along with some imagination, might lend itself to the beginnings of one of our animal sculptures. Raw Boards  have commissioned a lot of this type of Art  for Public Spaces, but have also complimented many houses with our Garden Art.
  • Natural Edge Timer Slabs

  • Hardwood Posts

  • Local and Foreign Timber Species

Milling Timber as a hobby is where it all started for us. Cutting up fallen farm trees with a chainsaw mill soon became a passion after seeing the natural beauty within what would otherwise be waste timber. Now we source our logwood from anwhere as long as its recyclable and ethical. This means our selection includes local species as well as sometimes fairly unique varieties of exotic timber.  

Checkout our timber gallery to see why we love what we do.


Variations in colour, and grain pattern in timber always mean that every piece is at least slightly, different. What distinguishes Raw Boards Furniture, is that our inspiration comes from the raw product itself and the life it lived before. Bushfire damage, termites and even rot become features rather than faults. The result is always a naturally unique piece of furniture.