Here at lifestyle furniture we use a large variety of solid timber materials, below you will find some information and products that we use for our custom made builds. Please note that we also use other timbers that may not be listed below.
Messmate Stringybark ( Ecualyptus Oblique)
Messmate stringybark timber is a hardwood species native to the southeastern regions of Australia. The timber has a pale to dark brown color with a straight, interlocked or wavy grain and a moderately coarse texture. It is a durable and versatile timber with good strength properties, making it suitable for a range of applications both indoors and outdoors. Its distinctive natural features, such as gum veins and knots, add character and interest to any project.
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Spotted Gum ( Corymbia maculata)
Spotted gum timber is a versatile and durable hardwood species native to the coastal regions of eastern and southeastern Australia. Its name comes from its unique spotted appearance, caused by the presence of a wavy, mottled grain and natural markings on the wood. The timber has a variable color range from light brown to deep red-brown, and a moderately coarse texture.
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Red Gum ( Eucalyptus camaldulensis)
Redgum timber is a hardwood species native to Australia, known for its rich, deep red color and distinctive grain patterns. It is a durable and dense timber with good strength properties, making it a popular choice for a range of outdoor applications such as decking, fencing, and landscaping. The wood is often prized for its natural features such as gum veins, knots, and burls, which add character and interest to any project.
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Tasmanian Oak / Victorian Ash
Tasmanian Oak, also known as Victorian Ash, is a hardwood timber species found in the southeastern regions of Australia, including Tasmania and Victoria. It is a pale, creamy-colored timber with a straight, even grain and a medium texture.It is also suitable for outdoor use in protected areas. Tasmanian Oak is prized for its clean, uniform appearance, and is a cost-effective alternative to other hardwoods.
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Blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon)
Blackwood timber is a hardwood species native to Australia and New Zealand, known for its distinctive golden-brown color and attractive grain patterns. The timber has a medium to fine texture and a straight to wavy grain, with occasional gum veins and other natural features. Blackwood is a durable and versatile timber, commonly used in furniture, cabinetry, and decorative veneers. Blackwood timber is also suitable for outdoor use in protected areas.
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American Oak (Quercus rubra)
American Oak is a hardwood timber species native to North America, commonly used in furniture, cabinetry, and flooring. It has a pale yellow to light brown color with a straight, even grain and a medium to coarse texture. American Oak is a strong and durable timber, with good resistance to wear and tear. It is also easy to work with and can be stained or finished to achieve a variety of colors and finishes.
Density: 730 KG/m3