Wood Types

Rosewood

Rosewood

This wood has a strong sweet smell, which persists for many years.
The grain of Rosewood is interlocked, texture medium to fine. Naturally very durable.

White Oak

White Oak

Oak wood has been used as a hardwood timber for thousands of years, yet it takes up to 150 years before the wood from an oak tree can be used for construction.
Teak

Teak

The nature characteristic of teak is its durability in all weather conditions. Teak has an extremely dense grained hardwood that resists rot, warping, shrinking and swelling. Its high natural oil content continually preserves the wood so it can be left outdoors for decades.

Red Ironbark

The heartwood colour is a deep red, highly durable, hard and dense yet fine grained. The strength and durability of this Australian hardwood has seen it used throughout the ages as a preferred structural timber. It is also ideal for hardwearing areas such as flooring and decking.

White Poplar

Poplar typically has a straight, uniform grain, with a medium texture. Low natural luster.

Beech

Beech is typically a pale cream color, sometimes with a pink or brown hue. Grain is straight, with a fine to medium uniform texture. Moderate natural luster.