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Welcome to Lawsons Timber

Vintage Engineers Cabinets

We have two of these genuine vintage engineers metal cabinets for sale. Beautiful aged patina. They have been steam cleaned to remove any oil and ...

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reclaimed floorboards

Textile Factory Boards

We recently view a huge textile factory out in Eastern Europe and on every single floor there were wooden floorboards. These are very industrial and ...

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reclaimed oak Parquet de Chantilly

Antique Parquet de Chantilly

Hand crafted Parquet de Chantilly made from our antique French Oak floorboards.

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reclaimed parquet de versailles

Antique Parquet de Versailles

Hand crafted Parquet de Versailles made from our antique French Oak floorboards. Beautiful undulating flooring with a real antique surface.

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Antique French Oak Floorboards

Antique French Oak Floorboards

Reclaimed 18thC Antique French Oak Floorboards Circa 1760 – stunning pit sawn original boards

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reclaimed floorboards salvaged from Copenhagen

Copenhagen Reclaimed Pine Floorboards

Reclaimed pine boards salvaged from industrial buildings in Denmark and Scandinavia Beautiful mixed patina on this recycled timber, very rustic and distressed original face floorboard

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stunning original reclaimed floorboards

Antique Millboards

Reclaimed original cotton mill floorboards, supplied in engineered format, hand finished ready to lay Beautiful rustic original boards and very rare to find as good as ...

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reclaimed floorboards salvaged from Boston warehouses

East Coast Pine

Reclaimed pine boards salvaged from dock buildings and warehouses in Boston Massachusetts

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Lawsons at The Conran Shop

We were asked to supply a reclaimed floor for the display in The Conran Shop Chelsea during London Design Festival 2013. The boards had to ...

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reclaimed random wall paneling

New wall panelling from Lawsons

This is a brand new product available from Lawsons. Made from strips of reclaimed timber ,all random widths and thicknesses to create a totally uneven ...

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Walthamstow Stadium

Amazing British History at Lawsons Gorgeous reclaimed pine boards salvaged from the world famous Walthamstow Dog track.These boards have had many famous ,maybe even infamous ...

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New Premises

After successfully developing our own brand of Reclaimed Engineered floorboards over the past couple of years we are currently undergoing a £200,000 investment programme .This ...

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Smithfield Restaurant Project

Very cool restaurant in London's Smithfield uses our reclaimed floorboards to clad all the walls and bar.The pictures say it all,amazing job,amazing finish,amazing venue

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Advice/Tips

Couple of things happened over this last year so just thought it could be worth mentioning on our blog.We have had a few people recently ...

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Vintage work bench

We have just finished restoring one of those very old engineers benches we bought and they have cleaned up absolutley fantastic. The legs and frame have ...

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Zero Waste Policy

Here at Lawsons we try to do our utmost best at making sure that all our waste is 100% re-used. This is what happens with the ...

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Zero Waste Policy

Here at Lawsons we try to do our utmost best at making sure that all our waste is 100% re-used.
This is what happens with the waste in our yard when the timber goes through the various processes before we send orders out.

1. We cut all the split pieces off all the floorboards, these off cuts are made into small items of furniture, mainly display boxes or garden planters.

2. All the nails and scrap metal are then removed and sent to the local scrap yard where they are sent to be recycled into various different products.

3. The timber is then sometimes re-machined and all the sawdust/shavings we produce goes through our extraction system into a large skip where it is used for livestock bedding .This is only moved approx 20 miles up the road from us.

4. Any waste off cuts that can’t be recycled go into our incinerator that heats our workshop or is sold on as firewood in our local area

5. We don’t have mains electric; we run a generator which we only start when we use our machinery. Everything is turned off overnight, our lighting and alarm system is run by battery packs that have been charged during the day when the generator is switched on to power the machinery in our saw mill.

We do our best, as we all should these days, and really as our whole business is recycling our carbon footprint isn’t too large, and where our clients used to buy our products mainly for aesthetic reasons, the fact that we are re-using old materials is becoming more and more of a real consideration for people who buy from us.