A builder turned picture framer.
Mulbury's owner Gerard Melder was previously a builder by trade in the 1970's & 80's.
He saw endless amounts of timber and other materials being thrown out on a daily basis. As environmental awareness began to increase in the 1990's, he thought that there is surely a way to recycle the timber he saw going to waste.
In his backyard shed in Bentleigh East, Melbourne, Gerry started a part-time project of making picture frames from all the timber from his building sites and started selling the frames at local markets around Melbourne and country Victoria.
In 1994, Mulbury was born. Over 25 years later, Mulbury continues making these recycled wooden picture frames.
Watch our interview with Gerry below.
Questions answered in this video:
0:00 - Intro
0:18 - Why did you decide to make picture frames?
1:32 - What is Mulbury's purpose?
2:01 - How does Mulbury define success?
2:31 - Who is your ideal customer?
3:05 - What quality can we expect from Mulbury?
3:44 - Where did the name Mulbury come from?
4:40 - What's in store for the future of Mulbury?
Mulbury is committed to helping the world become more beautiful and sustainable by using recycled materials to make stunning and unique picture frames.
Ethical - Caring - Creative - Tenacious - Sustainable 💚
Our Promise to you:
With over 25 years of experience, we promise the quality of our picture frames and homeware will meet and exceed your expectations.
Winner of the 2017 Melbourne Business Awards - Business of the year.
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- Gerry, Val, Aaron and the Mulbury team.