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Solid Oak Wood has been used as a hardwood timber for thousands of years. Dense and sturdy, it features an attractive and prominent grain. It is less prone to chips and scratches than other timbers. The perfect choice for legs and frames.

For the long haul

One of the key benefits of Oak is its durability. It’s common to find antique pieces made from Oak wood. It takes up to 150 years for the timber to grow. And it’s naturally fungal resistant to equip it for its long life.

For the long haul

For the long haul

One of the key benefits of Oak is its durability. It’s common to find antique pieces made from Oak wood. It takes up to 150 years for the timber to grow. And it’s naturally fungal resistant to equip it for its long life.

Timeless beauty

Timeless beauty

One of the most visually pleasing timbers, Oak is characterised by its light natural colour that features yellow rays and flecks. It has a prominent grain, and gains rustic appeal as it ages. It looks best with a clear oil or finish that shows off its natural beauty.

Tough touch

Tough touch

Oak is strong and solid. It has a smooth, rich texture. You can feel the hardness of the wood, which is less prone to chips and scratches than other timbers. The open pore structure looks great with a range of surface treatments.

“Oak has a beautiful appearance, which is why we’ve made it a key feature in several of our pieces. It’s a strong timber that ages well, unlike cheaper alternatives.”

Care guide

Care guide

Excessive heat or sunlight with make Oak fade or become brittle. Avoid soaking it in water. Like anything, a regular dust and wipe down will keep it looking fresh. Overall, it’s a hardy timber that will develop character with age.

From the source

From the source

Oak is a hardwood timber, which means it comes from a tree that sheds its leaves seasonally. Hardwoods grow slower are usually more dense than softwoods. Our Oak is imported from New Zealand and America.