A Picture Paints a Thousand Words, Mulbury is Reducing Landfill One Picture Frame At a Time

Recycled.

Reclaimed.

Reborn.

These are just some of the values Gerard Mulbury had when he set out to build Mulbury over 30 years ago. Today Mulbury fully encompasses their purpose to help reduce landfill by recycling various materials into stunning homewares.



A builder by trade, Gerard more friendly known as Gerry, started a part-time project of making picture frames after he saw endless amounts of timber and other materials being thrown out on a daily basis through his work. He thought that there is surely a way to recycle all these materials to stop so much waste being poured into our tips. 


Gerry started gathering all the timber from his building sites, what began out of a tiny shed in East Bentleigh, Victoria fixing together beautifully handcrafted frames, he sold them at local markets around Melbourne. They were an instant hit and over 30 years later, Mulbury continues framing Australian's treasured memories and has now added furniture and homewares to their recycled repertoire.