Wide Board NSW Spotted Gum

Wide Board NSW Spotted Gum

One of the most prized of all Australian timbers Spotted Gum is a diversely rich timber with a palette that offers a broad spectrum of colours, from rich reds and browns through to light charcoal greys, producing a floor of striking appeal. A favourite amongst architects and designers, Spotted Gum is hard enough to withstand

Wide Board QLD Spotted Gum

Wide Board QLD Spotted Gum

One of the most prized of all Australian timbers Spotted Gum is a diversely rich timber with a palette that offers a broad spectrum of colours, from rich reds and browns through to light charcoal greys, producing a floor of striking appeal. A favourite amongst architects and designers, Spotted Gum is hard enough to withstand

Wide Board Blackbutt

Wide Board Blackbutt

The golden browns and striking pinks of Blackbutt make it a favourite amongst designers and architects alike. The combination of light shades and structural hardness is a unique attribute of this timber and adds to its high demand. At Harmony we have carefully selected our Blackbutt to highlight the natural characteristics of this species, creating

Blue Gum

Blue Gum

Found commonly throughout the east coast of Australia, Blue Gum is a majestically rich timber and is the perfect selection when a more traditional ambience is desired. The dark red hues and heavy browns of this species will deliver a sense of warmth and luxury to any setting and its high durability make it perfect


Blackbutt

Blackbutt

The golden browns and striking pinks of Blackbutt make it a favourite amongst designers and architects alike. The combination of light shades and structural hardness is a unique attribute of this timber and adds to its high demand. At harmony we have carefully selected our Blackbutt to highlight the natural characteristics of this species, creating

Spotted Gum

Spotted Gum

One of the most prized of all Australian timbers Spotted Gum is a diversely rich timber with a palette that offers a broad spectrum of colours, from rich reds and browns through to light charcoal greys, producing a floor of striking appeal. A favourite amongst architects and designers, Spotted Gum is hard enough to withstand

Tasmanian Oak

Tasmanian Oak

Having long been prized as a floor covering in Australia Tassie Oak is making a resurgence in popularity. Its straw shades and soft muted pinks perfectly fit the modern vogue for timbers with a lighter appearance. With its even colouring and grain structure Tassie Oak is a must for anyone seeking a fresh contemporary appeal.

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