Engineered Timber

Engineered timber is a timber board that consists of more than one layer. All of these layers are placed with the grain running perpendicular making it impossible to swell or shrink with humidity. The top layer is typically hardwood giving it a typical hardwood finish. Engineered timber is the most common wood floor used globally.

  • Argyle

  • Biarritz

  • Cashmere

  • Chanterelle

  • Chantilly

  • Chiffon

  • Cottonwood

  • Ebony

  • Espresso

  • Grey Wash

  • Linen

  • Merino

  • Naturalle

  • Oxford Grey

  • Provence

  • Tweed

  • White Sands

  • Woodlands

  • Aged Oak

  • Avola Natural

  • Blackbutt

  • Bleached Driftwood

  • Brittany Grey

  • Cabernet

  • Cannes

  • Champagne

  • Chardonnay

  • Chestnut

  • Chicory

  • Cognac

  • Heritage Grey

  • Jarrah

  • Latte

  • Limewash

  • Merlot

  • Mink Grey

  • Montreux

  • Moonlight

  • Moscato

  • Natural Classic

  • Ponderosa

  • Portofino

  • Regal Oak

  • Reisling

  • Romandie

  • Santorini

  • Sauvignon

  • Semillon

  • Spindrift

  • Spotted Gum

  • Sydney Blue Gum

  • Vintage