A combination of three eucalypt species come under the Wormy Chestnut banner. Pieces are straw blonde to light brown in colour and are selected for their featured appearance, the result of years of wildfires, drought and insect attacks. Gum veins, pinholes and squiggly worm marks are all desired features that give this timber a rustic charm.
Tasmanian Oak is the cumulation of three Eucalyptus hardwoods grown and sourced in Tasmania. It is a light coloured, straight grain timber that includes minimal feature, making it the perfect understated timber to compliment any furniture design. Colours within the species range from straw to a light red brown.
American White Oak
Popular for its unique and coarse figure American Oak is overall quite light in colour with light to dark brown heartwood. The cellular appearance on the end grain makes it a popular choice when visible end grain is displayed through a particular design. Grown in America's eastern states and sourced from local specialist timber suppliers.
An Australian favourite desired for its even texture and straight grain that ranges from golden yellow to pale brown in colour. Small gum veins may be present in this strong, durable timber suitable for use in indoor and outdoor applications.
This naturally dark homegrown beauty grows in South Australia and up the East coast. It is characterized by its rich golden brown tones, reddish streaks and narrow bands of darker brown, highlighting the growth rings. It has an even, tight grain and occasionally features a wavy or fiddleback pattern.
American Black Walnut
The naturally darkest and most desired timber we work with. Walnut has a light to dark chocolatey brown heartwood with creamy white sapwood and is super smooth in colour and tactility. It’s a pleasure to work with and a treat to dine on.