Reso & Co.

Revival #1 Serving Board

$110.00 AUD

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The Revival Range was inspired by Reso & Co's want to reduce timber wastage in their workshop. Each piece in this collection is crafted from their very own timber offcuts and revived into functional products to be used and loved, time and time again. 

The Revival #1 Serving Board features solid Hard Maple & American Walnut offcuts crafted into a perfectly, imperfect silhouette.

No two pieces in the Revival Collection are exactly the same. As each piece is crafted from timber offcuts, please expect variations in timber colourings and panel sizes.

Dimensions (from longest points) 46cm (L) x 25.5cm (W) 

Two wood combinations are available:

1. Hard Maple & American Walnut (featured image)

2. American Oak & American Walnut

Wood Type

American Walnut (this is the centre section of the board: A favourite amongst craftsmen, American Walnut has a rich chocolate brown colouring that sometimes throws a streak of deep purplish brown. The grain is generally straight, occasionally displaying a curly or wavy pattern.

Hard Maple: A strong and dense timber with a close fine grain, Hard Maple features deliciously creamy colouring with an occasional fleck of brown.

American Oak: The most popular timber choice, American Oak's colouring ranges from blonde to mid-brown with a fine grain that is strong and visible.


About Reso & Co.

Clever design, locally made with an environmental conscience.

Tenille and Fabian believe there's more to furniture than good looks. That's why their pieces are designed and crafted to be around for a long time, not just a good time. To be able to tell a story of their very own. 

Their warehouse in Marrickville, Sydney, houses a team of craftsman with some pretty hard-won skills across timber, metal and stone. 

In the furniture game, sustainability is a word that gets thrown around quite a bit. But for them, its something that deserves more than mere lip service. That's why they're dedicated to reducing their environmental footprint throughout the entire lifecycle of their products. From the way they design, to sourcing materials, right through to production and waste management, they've been taking steps to minimise their environmental impact.