Dimensions

Width 65 cm
Depth 20 cm
Height 40 cm
Weight 13 kg

Materials

Colour Gloss White
Material Reclaimed Oak
Secondary colour Reclaimed Oak
Secondary material Solid Brass

Specification

Assembly required minimal
Size Height can be changed to suit room by positioning battons

Resources

This Kraft paper notice board turns any wall into a menu, notice board or canvas. Supplied with 225m of quality recycled paper on a continuous roll. The roll is suspended on a gloss white steel bracket rotating on hand machined solid brass end pieces. It’s a real privilege to work with timber with such an amazing story and a real joy to give it new meaning and a new life. We love this kraft paper notice board and we hope you do too :)

Turn any wall into a canvas

The paper is held against the wall with 2 reclaimed French oak batons which can be positioned to suit the height of your room. The Oak originally served as flooring and walls of 100 year old French Railway Wagons. Hiding under dirt and soot lays an incredible timber full of characterful burls, knots and cracks. Time has allowed the soot to seep into the cracks and holes beautifully highlighting them in jet black.

Positioned on the top baton is a solid brass sharpie holder so you never lose your pen.

100yr old reclaimed french oak

The Oak used in this notice board originally served as flooring and walls of French Railway Wagons hauling goods for the SNCF (Société nationale des chemins de fer français). These wagons are up to 80years old and are nearly all now decommissioned and replaced with less romantic steel versions. When we first get our hands on the Oak boards they are coated with decades of soot from the old steam trains that hauled them. Hiding under that soot lays an incredible timber full of characterful burls, knots and cracks. Time has allowed the soot to seep into the cracks and holes beautifully highlighting them in jet black.

The oak is finished in our own recipe 100% natural and organic beeswax polish.



Inspired by reclaimed timber and minimalist design. I build contemporary furniture from reclaimed timbers from my workshop in Cardigan, West Wales