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To us, recycling materials is one of the purest forms of maintaining the earth and we're absolutely dedicated on leaving this planet in a better condition than when we found it. When manufacturing and sourcing our products, we ensure recycled materials are used as often as possible and that all our working partners are ethical. Mulbury offer recycled furniture, rescued timber picture frames and a wide variety of home ware accessories. Our products all vary in appearance and if you are ordering online, please keep an open mind that your product may differ a little from the picture you see. Enjoy. 


Mulbury in Sri Lanka - Ryan's travel tips

October 21, 2016

     Oct 1st marks 1 month living in Sri Lanka. We’ve moved around a lot and now I am looking forward to staying in the same place for a while. Re packing your bags every 3 days gets really old after a while!Here are the things I have learnt in the past month:1. Just because it’s on the menu, it doesn’t mean it will be available! When choosing a meal, make sure your pick at least three options because I guarantee two of them won’t be available.2. A car horn here is used for many things besides telling someone to get out of the way. Eg - The “Thanks for letting me pass” horn, the “I am behind you and...

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Mulbury staffer Ryan and his object du jour:

September 07, 2016

My Holden EK is one of my most prized possessions. I purchased this car when I turned 18. But this wasn’t in 1961 when the car was first introduced. It was late 2000 when this car first came into my hands and while it was probably more normal to buy a late 80’s Torana or Commodore, I opted for a classic Holden. Why? I’m not sure to be honest. It was on offer and I had $3500 saved up, plus my dad said this was a much better option. I think I was more excited about being able to fit in one extra person in because of the bench seats.She drove well and I did my best to look after her. She...

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