Because of its great durability Jarrah is widely used for internal furniture in Australia. Its vibrant red colour and high density add to its marketability for use as a furniture material.
Traditional uses for silky oak include decorative veneer, architectural woodwork, parquet and plank flooring, cabinetry, furniture and interior joinery. In Australia, it is also used for building construction work and shutters.
Marri is popularly used for household and fine furniture and makes attractive flooring. It can also be used for general construction, handles, oars and sporting equipment, while preservative treated Marri is useful for piles, poles and posts.
Blackbutt is a versatile timber and is used for structural, exterior and interior applications. It is used for cladding, internal and external flooring, decking, joinery, landscaping and furniture.
Australian timber is known for its quality and elegance, making it a favourite furniture choice around the world for those who value sophistication and sustainability.