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Canadian Salvaged Timber

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Lambos Tsaousidis’s 185-square-metre wood shop is packed with planks rescued from factories, barns and the city’s harbour. And he’s found innumerable uses for them from charcuterie boards and wharf-wood bed frames to five-metre-long dining tables and entire interior walls constructed from barnboard. Bring your plans to Canadian Salvaged Timber and have a custom kitchen island or a storage unit made on site.

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