Interior designer’s inspired plans for the Rockingham Big Brews Tiki Party

Palletable Recycled Furniture Design owner Jason Horton with some of his transportable wedding designs - including a chapel.
Palletable Recycled Furniture Design owner Jason Horton with some of his transportable wedding designs - including a chapel.

VISITORS to the Big Brews Tiki Party will be greeted by a volcano at the entrance.

The Rockingham Kwinana Chamber of Commerce and Industry enlisted Jason Horton, of Pallettable Recycled Furniture Design, with decking out the venue in a Hawaiian theme.

There will be a stand-up tropical bar and lots of fun pieces at the Tiki Party.

Some of the Big Brews Tiki Party organisers trying out the Tiki Bar.

Mr Horton, of Shoalwater, supplies funky furniture to events in Perth, Sydney and Melbourne.

A former industrial and interior designer, Mr Horton uses custom made pallet wood and recycled timber furniture in his designs.

“I save the pallets from landfill,” he said.

“I use a lot of offcuts – I hate the thought of something going in the bin.”

Mr Horton’s passion for conservation extends to his property in the Wheatbelt.

It is here where Mr Horton builds pine nests for endangered animals and assists with monitoring wildlife in the region.

“I’d like to start a wildlife reserve and breed native marsupials,” he said.

The Big Brews Tiki Party is booked out.

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