Hardwood Timber Ceiling Boards, Panels & Sheets

Superior timber panelling, traditionally crafted in our local workshop.

We know timber panelling. Leveraging robust relationships with Australia’s leading sawmills allows us to confidently and consistently offer unmatched quality and value.

Our selective and sustainable sourcing practices, coupled with precision milling and in-house finishing guarantees a lasting naturally beautiful space.

STEP 1: PROFILE SELECTION

Panelling Profiles

We’ve modularised timber panelling, giving you the design flexibility to select any species in the twelve profiles displayed here.

Our standard v-joint and shiplap profiles are ideal for creating a classical, timeless environment. Whilst our slat and arch series introduce an element of architectural sophistication to any space.

Applying best practice Double-Drying Technology over four seasons and Straight-Line milling machinery helps to reduce the effect of warping and cupping, and maximise the 40 year durability of our Class 1 timber paneling species.

STEP 1: PROFILE SELECTION

Panelling Profiles

We’ve modularised timber panelling, giving you the design flexibility to select any species in the twelve profiles displayed here.

Our standard v-joint and shiplap profiles are ideal for creating a classical, timeless environment. Whilst our slat and arch series introduce an element of architectural sophistication to any space.

Applying best practice Double-Drying Technology over four seasons and Straight-Line milling machinery helps to reduce the effect of warping and cupping, and maximise the 40 year durability of our Class 1 timber panelling species.

STEP 2: COLOUR SELECTION

Panelling Species

As timber advocates, we firmly believe there is no substitute for the natural beauty and warmth that hardwood timber panelling introduces to an environment. Talk with our talented team of skilled craftsmen and designers to refine what species satisfy your architectural specifications.

Through long standing relationships with leading local and international forestries and sawmills, we can confidently offer a large array of hardwood species at great value.

Being a natural material, species will inherently vary in colour – it is this variation that gives timber panelling it’s innate beauty and appeal. Learn more about timber grading below in Design Considerations.

INTERACTIVE SIMULATOR

Please note simulator is a visualisation of our Prefinished Range, view here

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DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

Achieve a truly bespoke design by utilising our wealth of industry knowledge and team of highly skilled craftsman. Seen an Instagram or architectural render that piques your interest? We’ll bring it to life for you.

In addition to selecting preferred timber species and board style and size (i.e. “profile”), it is also important to consider the following design factors.

Grading

A timber’s grading is determined by the amount of character featured, as defined by the Australian Standard AS 2796. ‘Select’ grade has minimal feature which better suits contemporary spaces, whereas ‘Standard’ or ‘Feature’ grade offers greater character to create a more rustic effect.

surface

The bulk of timber panelling has a smooth, “dressed” finish, however “rough sawn” surfaces are becoming increasingly popular as the distressed wood oozes charm, by creating an authentic and aged appearance.

FINISHING

Seeking a stained alternative to traditional clear oil coating? We offer inhouse finishing services for superior quality control, and utilized a premium, beeswax derived penetrating oil sourced from Germany.

BOARD LENGTHS

Typically packs comprise random lengths as it’s the most cost effective option, with boards measuring greater than 900mm in length and end matched (meaning up to 10% reduction in waste offcuts). However, set sizes are available at a premium if longer minimum lengths are required.