Solid Timber Wood Range

Tasmanian Blackwood is one of Australia's premier furnishing solid timber wood, displaying amazing 'fiddle-back'and 'crowning growth'patterns, with stunning blends of colour variation. Blackwood’s character is highlighted by knots and a heavier variation of colour tone, ranging from a comfortable soft grey, streaks of black, variegated golden browns and even a wonderful rich red hue.

Tasmanian Blackbutt is one of the least flammable eucalypts and usually survives moderate forest fires, although the base of the tree becomes blackened, giving the tree its name. Plantation blackbutt is a light yellow colour and even-grained, while native regrowth blackbutt has much more variation.


Red Gum is one of Australia's natural solid timber wood furniture treasures.. The consistent colour and medium grain result in furniture radiates quality.

Tasmanian Oak is ideal for all solid timber wood furniture applications. Its light appearance and straight grain makes it receptive to any colour stain or natural finish.

Jarrah is ideal for areas of high usage. The beautiful deep, brownish-red tones are one of the best natural features of Western Australia's favourite solid timber wood., When polished clear, Jarrah appears deep red giving a prestige old English style to your furniture.

Rosewood refers to a number of richly hued solid timber wood, often with darker veining, but found in many different hues. All rosewoods are strong and durable.