Natural elements possess inherent beauty. Our process is to enhance this natural beauty and celebrate it, giving new life to the raw material as an individual piece of furniture.
The passion began nearly 20 years ago when Rob first experienced working with slab timber on the East Coast, NSW. It later followed a stint at the famous Paddington Markets where we started to grow and develop the Loughlin style and range. Over the years we’ve had the oppurtunity to work closely with customers in creating unique and bespoke pieces, transforming ideas into inspiring spaces.
Our love for timber is stronger than ever.
“We design, hand-make and manufacture individual furniture pieces primarily from solid timber. Whether custom-designed or range products our design conscious clients come to us for our personalised design advice, translation of current trends, simplicity of design and quality of finish.” Rob Loughlin
We understand timber, it's natural tendencies and challenges in design and production. Our trusted process from consultation through to installation ensures the highest quality finish. Our team take the time to understand the desired outcome as well as suitability for the space and environment. This 'Made to Measure’ service is available for for bespoke and commercial spaces and projects.
Personalised consultation allows us to better understand the project brief and desired outcome.
Design concepts visualised and developed. Project fees estimated with final designs approved ready to begin.
Production begins with our highly skilled craftsman ensuring quality control every step of the way.
If required our experienced team are on-hand to complete the finishing and installation or handover to your preferred installer.
Loughlin Furniture in union with timber suppliers are committed to our forests, our community and our future.
We source a proportion of timber from private native forests with the balance procured from NSW State Forestry which is certified under the Australian Forestry Standards Chain of Custody. (AS4707 – 2006).
Our supply chains insist that all timber produced from these forests is done so under the principles of Ecologically Sustainable Forest Management, a system developed to sustain the full range of commercial and conservation values of the natural forest diversity within ecological limits, for current and future generations.