White Oak

White 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.

Pacific Walnut

Pacific Walnut

The rich dark tones of walnut make it a prized timber when an extra level of class and elegance is desired. Associated with wealth and luxury the use of walnut can add true prestige and distinction to a project. Its wide colour palette which ranges from a deep, rich dark, almost chocolate brown to a

Merbau

Merbau

The unique coarse grain of Merbau combined with its rich browns and deep golden tones make this species one of the most popular choices in today’s market. The gold fleck that appears naturally through the product adds further to it unique character and appeal. A diverse species Merbau will suit both modern and traditional design

Kempas

Kempas

The red hues of Kempas are not as dense as Blue Gum or Brazilian Cherry and the golden sapwood brings a sense of lightness to the overall aesthetics making it more diverse and modern. The high lustre of the timber reflects natural and artificial light to produce a floor that appears to glow adding to


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