A small sample of our more popular species of timbers for you to look through.

Whether you'd like a clear finish or a stain or wash, that’s up to you!

 
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American Oak

Light coloured blonde/yellow with brown flecks through the grain. Minimal feature. Straight grain.


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Marri

Blonde/honey coloured with maximum feature. Big deep grain and gum veins.


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spotted gum

Light and dark brown to deep reds and pale blondes. Straight grain with the occasion gum vein.


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victorian ash

Derived from Mountain and Alpine ash, pale pink and brown, very minimal feature.

 
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Blackbutt

Cream, pale brown to pink in colour. Heavy and/or minimal feature. Straight grain.


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messmate

Varies in colour from pale browns to light yellows. Rich in detail and often featuring gun veins.


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american walnut

Mostly light and dark brown in colour with the odd blonde streak, can sometimes look purple. Usually straight grain.