Browse our curated selection of hardwood timber species and learn about the qualities that make each unique.
Native to Kenya and Nigeria, it’s reddish brown in color. Strong and perfect for interior use.
Native to Zambia and Botswana, it’s reddish brown in color. Resistant to insects and decay.
Native to Ghana and South Africa, it’s white to yellow in color. Easy to work with great finishes.
Native to Libya, it’s light brown in color. Great for structural work, carpentry and cabinetry.
Native to India and Pakistan, it’s creamy brown in color. Good for flooring and light construction.
Native to Angola and Mozambique, it’s golden brown in color. Perfect for decking and furniture.
Native to Malawi and light reddish brown in color. It’s very resistant against insects, rot or decay.
Native to Zambia, it’s dark reddish in color. Good for heavy construction and mine timbers.
Native to Tanzania and the Congo, it’s purple brown in color. Very durable and termite resistant.
Native to Malawi, it’s deep red in color. Hard and dense, making it great for heavy construction.
Native to Zimbabwe, it’s dark reddish brown in color. Perfect for decking and panelling.
Native to South Africa, it’s pale yellow in color. Good for construction, cladding and scaffolding.
Native to the Ivory Coast, it’s reddish brown in color. Great for furniture and cabinet making.