Timber has been used to create feature walls and ceilings for centuries, its physical properties combined with its natural look make it a perfect material to work with. Each species of timber has its own look and feel, along with its own set of strengths and weaknesses. Each species is available in a certain price range, dictating which option fits into a project's budget. 


To give a clearer picture of each species price range compared to the others we have designed a sequence in our price and specification tool Sculptform, then shown pricing in each species. 

The sequence we created was - 

  • 60x19 Concept Click Block battens
  • 10mm spacing
  • Uncoated
  • No Acoustic Backing

To see the design yourself or create your own design complete with pricing and specification information, follow the link below - 


White Oak

White Oak is a Hardwood popular around the world. Usually coloured  yellow-brown to mid-brown, it can also sometimes have a pink tinge. Straight grains and distinctive growth rings add character to this amazing wood.



One of the most common trees in NSW, Blackbutt timber ranges from Golden Yellow to Pale Brown. Small gum veins are common, giving a rugged look. Blackbutt is oftenused for interior projects due to its straight grain making it highly impressive up close.


Banjo Pine

Banjo Pine is a lighter timber, ranging from light yellow brown to pale cream. For Interior use only, Banjo pine is a versatile and easy to work with timber.


Spotted Gum

Spotted Gum is a moderately coarse and uneven textured wood with some timbers having the additional feature of a wavy grain. Featuring a wide range of colours depending on the location of the source forest, Ranging from light brown through to deep red-brown hues.


Vic Ash

Victorian Ash is a light timber, with colours ranging from Pale to pink straw. Used for interior projects, Vic Ash creates a versatile creamy colour. Vic Ash is excellent for takingstains, making a large range of finishes possible.


Burnt Ash

Burnt Ash is thermally modified American White Ash. This thermal modification processturns the pale White Ash into a dark chocolate colour, creating Burnt Ash. The process is chemical free, using high heat to drastically improve the durability of the timber while minimising movement.


Pacific Teak (VITEX)

Vitex, or Pacific Teak, is sourced from the Solomon Islands. Vitex produces an Olive Grey timber, with a fine texture and an even grain. Vitex is extremely popular due to itsdurability and strength.