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Antique White Oak

Antique White Oak flooring has an elegance that is hard to find in any other flooring product. It’s appeal hasn’t diminished over the years, and with the development of Lifewood’s extra long and extra wide floorboards, it is now in even higher demand. French Oak is generally considered to be superior to other oak varieties: it has a higher tannin content, which in turn gives more colour variety; it has a tighter grain structure, meaning it is far more dense and it’s also a more stable timber, perfectly suited for Australia’s harsh climate. Lifewood sources French Oak from a few trusted, well-managed plantations in France, including the Troncais forest, one of the finest in Europe which supplies sustainable French Oak from 200 to 250 year old trees. All our sources are PEFC accredited to ensure only sustainable sourced timber is used in the production of Lifewood French Oak floors.

Lime Wash Oak

French Oak flooring has an elegance that is hard to find in any other flooring product. It’s appeal hasn’t diminished over the years, and with the development of Lifewood’s extra long and extra wide floorboards, it is now in even higher demand. French Oak is generally considered to be superior to other oak varieties: it has a higher tannin content, which in turn gives more colour variety; it has a tighter grain structure, meaning it is far more dense and it’s also a more stable timber, perfectly suited for Australia’s harsh climate. Lifewood sources French Oak from a few trusted, well-managed plantations in France, including the Troncais forest, one of the finest in Europe which supplies sustainable French Oak from 200 to 250 year old trees. All our sources are PEFC accredited to ensure only sustainable sourced timber is used in the production of Lifewood French Oak floors.

Natural Oak

French Oak flooring has an elegance that is hard to find in any other flooring product. It’s appeal hasn’t diminished over the years, and with the development of Lifewood’s extra long and extra wide floorboards, it is now in even higher demand. French Oak is generally considered to be superior to other oak varieties: it has a higher tannin content, which in turn gives more colour variety; it has a tighter grain structure, meaning it is far more dense and it’s also a more stable timber, perfectly suited for Australia’s harsh climate. Lifewood sources French Oak from a few trusted, well-managed plantations in France, including the Troncais forest, one of the finest in Europe which supplies sustainable French Oak from 200 to 250 year old trees. All our sources are PEFC accredited to ensure only sustainable sourced timber is used in the production of Lifewood French Oak floors.

Smoked Oak

French Oak flooring has an elegance that is hard to find in any other flooring product. It’s appeal hasn’t diminished over the years, and with the development of Lifewood’s extra long and extra wide floorboards, it is now in even higher demand. French Oak is generally considered to be superior to other oak varieties: it has a higher tannin content, which in turn gives more colour variety; it has a tighter grain structure, meaning it is far more dense and it’s also a more stable timber, perfectly suited for Australia’s harsh climate. Lifewood sources French Oak from a few trusted, well-managed plantations in France, including the Troncais forest, one of the finest in Europe which supplies sustainable French Oak from 200 to 250 year old trees. All our sources are PEFC accredited to ensure only sustainable sourced timber is used in the production of Lifewood French Oak floors.

Driftwood Oak

French Oak flooring has an elegance that is hard to find in any other flooring product. It’s appeal hasn’t diminished over the years, and with the development of Lifewood’s extra long and extra wide floorboards, it is now in even higher demand. French Oak is generally considered to be superior to other oak varieties: it has a higher tannin content, which in turn gives more colour variety; it has a tighter grain structure, meaning it is far more dense and it’s also a more stable timber, perfectly suited for Australia’s harsh climate. Lifewood sources French Oak from a few trusted, well-managed plantations in France, including the Troncais forest, one of the finest in Europe which supplies sustainable French Oak from 200 to 250 year old trees. All our sources are PEFC accredited to ensure only sustainable sourced timber is used in the production of Lifewood French Oak floors.

Shou Sugi Ban Oak

Oak flooring has an elegance that is hard to find in any other flooring product. It’s appeal hasn’t diminished over the years, and with the development of Lifewood’s extra long and extra wide floorboards, it is now in even higher demand. French Oak is generally considered to be superior to other oak varieties: it has a higher tannin content, which in turn gives more colour variety; it has a tighter grain structure, meaning it is far more dense and it’s also a more stable timber, perfectly suited for Australia’s harsh climate. Lifewood sources French Oak from a few trusted, well-managed plantations in France, including the Troncais forest, one of the finest in Europe which supplies sustainable French Oak from 200 to 250 year old trees. All our sources are PEFC accredited to ensure only sustainable sourced timber is used in the production of Lifewood French Oak floors.

Charcoal Oak

French Oak flooring has an elegance that is hard to find in any other flooring product. It’s appeal hasn’t diminished over the years, and with the development of Lifewood’s extra long and extra wide floorboards, it is now in even higher demand. French Oak is generally considered to be superior to other oak varieties: it has a higher tannin content, which in turn gives more colour variety; it has a tighter grain structure, meaning it is far more dense and it’s also a more stable timber, perfectly suited for Australia’s harsh climate. Lifewood sources French Oak from a few trusted, well-managed plantations in France, including the Troncais forest, one of the finest in Europe which supplies sustainable French Oak from 200 to 250 year old trees. All our sources are PEFC accredited to ensure only sustainable sourced timber is used in the production of Lifewood French Oak floors.

Black Forest Oak

French Oak flooring has an elegance that is hard to find in any other flooring product. It’s appeal hasn’t diminished over the years, and with the development of Lifewood’s extra long and extra wide floorboards, it is now in even higher demand. French Oak is generally considered to be superior to other oak varieties: it has a higher tannin content, which in turn gives more colour variety; it has a tighter grain structure, meaning it is far more dense and it’s also a more stable timber, perfectly suited for Australia’s harsh climate. Lifewood sources French Oak from a few trusted, well-managed plantations in France, including the Troncais forest, one of the finest in Europe which supplies sustainable French Oak from 200 to 250 year old trees. All our sources are PEFC accredited to ensure only sustainable sourced timber is used in the production of Lifewood French Oak floors.

American Black Walnut

American Black Walnut is a beautiful dark textured timber which grows natively in the eastern regions of North America. The elegant combination of dark gold and brown tones create a feeling of warmth and comfort, while the intricate grains and natural patterns really showcase the uniqueness of this timber.

American Hickory

This North American native hardwood is perfectly suited for all styles of home. Its contrast of rich light blonde and brown tones combined with the natural grains and swirls create the perfect canvas for bringing your interior design to life.

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Re-sand your existing floors?

We offer high-quality sanding treatments which aid in the removal of stubborn stains and damage to your timber floors. Best of all, our techniques are soft on your timber floor so there is no risk of damaging your timber.

Our unique process allows for the uneven and worn out top layer to of the timber floor to be sanded away, thus revealing the original beauty of the wood below. Our team has perfected our sanding process, meaning we will be quick and efficient, while not compromising on quality.

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