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A stunning end to the DIY season as Easter fades and the daylight dwindles with so many warm and wonderous installations of hardwoods and railway sleepers submitted to Interlink Ltd for the chance to win rustic half wine barrels.
A winning entry from Malcolm & Wendy have proven what can be achieved through vision and recycled natural materials like A – Grade rustic hardwood sleepers.

Hardwood railway sleepers and gabion rock fence

Malcolm & Wendy write:
“We purchased 2 pallets of sleepers from Matthew and he was great to deal as usual.
They we delivered to our front lawn on time where we had a design in mind to build gabion sleeper walls. Our landscaper worked with us to dig and set the hardwood sleepers in place and we filled them with Ashley grey river boulders. Wendy, my wife added the Teddington boulder stream wave to great effect and we have been enjoying our outdoor lounge on several evenings. Many people comment on how impressive it looks.
Thanks, Malcolm & Wendy”

Other fantastic examples of mixed mediums and custom designs..

 

                                                                                              Rustic hardwood railway sleepers as a door                                                                                  

 

UK Oak utilised by Annette & Gary“The off cuts were used and one ended up the gate stop pictured with a repurposed brass handle and four rubber feet fitted.  We also used a resin to bind the wood for stability as the off-cut had character due to cracks and was short, we finished in a clear polyurethane. We cut all the sleepers with a chainsaw and skilsaw.
Very happy with the sleepers and arrived as described and quickly, great communication and follow up.”

Off cut door stop of U.K Oak railway sleeper

Smal vertical garden edging with recycled U.K Oak sleepers

 

Cosy spaces with warm AA – Grade quality railway sleepers at Alfriston Primary School.

 

“This is ‘The Hug’ built by a parent for Alfriston primary School in South Auckland, from your hardwood sleepers.
It is the first thing that you see when walking through the schools front gate and symbolises a welcome, individuality and strength. 
It also signifies the areas history of flax production which was transported to the Manukau Harbour via railway. 
We love our Hug, we hope you do too. “
Kirsten, Alfriston Primary School Mum.

 

Professional finishes with Goom Landscapes in Christchurch of New Australian Hardwoods

                                                                                                                                                                                      

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