We founded Mulbury with the intention of disrupting the picture framing market by offering a sustainable alternative coupled with customer service to exceed all expectations.

   We aim to inspire those wanting to sustainably decorate their home or workplace. We strive to create a sustainably minded community focused on craftsmanship, education and quality. In the 25+ years since we began, consumers have become increasingly aware of the need for sustainable and ethical retail practice. We are on a mission to ensure that the future is a responsible one which upholds these values.

It’s the small sustainable choices we make in our everyday lives that have the biggest impact. It may not seem like it at the time, but as more of us start to make conscious decisions to help the environment, the snowball effect will be enormous.

Our materials are sourced ensuring suppliers practice sustainable and ethical standards. All our timber is 100% recycled.

We manufacture all our products with the intention they will last a lifetime. We hope consumers will embrace buying quality products whilst also considering the environment.




Our Bubble Wrap, Bundle film and Packaging Tape are all biodegradable. We encourage our customers reuse these materials where possible. You can also recycle these materials (excluding packaging tape) in Redcycle soft plastic bins located at local supermarkets which we also highly encourage our customers to do. If our Bubble Wrap, Bundle Film and Packaging tape is put into landfill, it will break down in a matter of weeks or months depending on the temperature and moisture present in landfill. We also re-use cardboard boxes for some packaging. Cardboard can be put into your residential recycling bins provided it has no wax coating. Our shipping labels are home compostable. 


General Operations

We incorporate sustainable practice throughout our business. Our printing is done on recycled paper, our kitchen has reusable coffee pods and sustainable coffee, and of course we recycle any waste possible. Our saw dust and timber off-cuts are currently given away to the local community. We’re continuing to explore ways to recycle or reuse our timber scraps with the target of zero waste in 2022.


(273,437 lineal metres)

Amount of timber landfill saved since 1994


Donations made from online sales in 2021 to various charities around the world

Energy consumption: Solar power installation to be completed in January 2022


We are working towards achieving B-Corp certification in 2022

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