• Oak

    Solid oak comes in a spectrum of mellow browns and light cream shades. The grain itself is straight with a course, variegated texture. Oak is famously hard and resistant to rot and decay. Attractive and hard wearing which makes it suitable for decorative purposes especially due to its versatility as it takes stains so well giving it even further options for a totally unique and personal look.

  • Pitch pine

    Pitch pine is a hard, dense, resinous timber of high strength, more resistant to shock and to splitting than other varities of pine, and about 45 percent harder. It has dark and resinous lines contrasting with the pale honey colour you would commonly expect from pine.

    The naturally high resin content in this species gave it the name “pitch pine”. This decay-resistant wood was popular for ship building, mine props, railroad ties, and flooring.

  • Sapele

  • Pine

  • Douglas fir pine

  • Hickory

  • Maple

    Grown widely in North America, both across Canada and the United States. Maple flooring is best suited for contemporary spaces due to its light natural finish and clean surface. Its subtle grain pattern makes it a great choice for large, open spaces that need consistency. Maple wood is harder than oak and informally know as rock wood.

  • Iroko

  • Burmese teak

  • Cedar