Rhythm & Timbre is a passion born to match another passion. It is good aesthetics that meet good music and beauty that meets functionality.
We are an Australian small business and brand. We strongly believe that amazing music isn’t just meant to be heard, it is also meant to be seen.
This is why we strive to create musical instrument storage furniture that is as beautiful as the music it houses, with each piece designed around the very essence of what makes an instrument so special. We strive to make our products more than just furniture, we want them to be an extension of your life and passions.
Rhythm & Timbre was born out of the desire to create a new way of looking at musical instruments. As musicians ourselves, we were frustrated that there wasn’t a place that could offer beautifully crafted wood products that also doubled as functional pieces of furniture.
So we set out to change that and we decided to take matters into our own hands by designing the perfect products for storing musical instruments.
Now musicians can have a place to store their prized instrument, while also being able to display it. We believe that every musician deserves something special. And when you have one of our products in your home, you’ll be able to show off your instrument like never before!
To help musicians showcase their instruments and display their creativity in their living spaces. Whether you are a music enthusiast who enjoys collecting instruments or a professional musician who needs functional storage for your instruments, our products are designed for you.
Our musical instrument storage solutions are not just pieces of furniture, but rather precious companions for musicians of all skill levels who just want their instruments within arm’s reach.
At Rhythm & Timbre®, we aim to be part of every musician's journey through our musical instrument furniture and inspire them to continue their passion in music.
We believe that this is the best way to encourage musicians to practice more, create more and inspire others. When you can see your instruments every day, it inspires you to pick them up and play. It is like a ritual that reminds you to make music every day.