Flooring: Tasmanian Oak

Durable and incredibly stable, Tasmanian Oak flooring is available in two aesthetically beautiful grades – Prime and Classic. Tasmanian Oak Classic is a high feature grade, visually enhanced by the natural characteristics of timber. Tasmanian Oak Prime provides minimal feature.
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an empty room with wooden floors and white walls, has a painting on the wall
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Kinder House by Wilko Architecture Photo: Derek Swalwell
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Grand Designs Pod House Interior Design by Studio Ferri Photo: Adam Gibson
an open door leading into a room with wooden flooring and black accents on the walls
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Architect: Jaws Architects Photo: Adam Gibson
an empty hallway with wooden floors and white walls
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Huon Barn House by Studio Ilk Photo: Thomas Ryan
a dining room table and chairs in front of large windows
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Pirie Street Extension by Preston Lane Architects Photo: Adam Gibson
a modern living room with wood paneling and black furniture
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Grand Designs Pod House Interior Design: Studio Ferri Photo: Adam Gibson
a modern kitchen with wood paneling and white counter tops, along with a round dining table
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Toorak House by Melanie Beynon Photo: Dave Kuleska
an office with wooden floors and lots of desks in it's center area
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Map Architecture Offices Photo: Tiger Media
a long hallway with wooden slats on the wall and pictures on the wall behind it
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Limestone House by John Wardle Architects Photo: Dianna Snape
an empty room with wooden floors and white tables in front of the stage is lit by spotlights
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Hobart Town Hall by McCarthy Reed Architects Photo: Alice Bennett
an open kitchen with wooden floors and white cabinets is seen from the doorway to the living room
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Paddington House by Hive Architecture Photo: Andy Macperson
a person walking down a wooden staircase in a house
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Midway Point House by Cumulus Photo: Adam Gibson
an open door leading to a bedroom with a red blanket on the bed and wooden stairs
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Concrete Blonde by Carter Williamson Architects Photo: Katherine Lu
an empty room with wood and stone walls
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Blue Magnolia by Biotope Photo: Thomas Ryan
a woman and child are in the kitchen at the table with their backs turned away from the camera
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Flinders House by Archiblox Photo: Derek Swalwell