It's not surprising that the rich red tones of Tasmania's time-honoured Myrtle are experiencing resurgence among architects, specifiers and developers.

Tasmanian Myrtle’s exquisite figuring and warm feel has again found favour among customers who are looking for a ‘different’ timber for cabinetry and feature walls. Harvested from Tasmania’s temperate north-west forests under strict environmental guidelines and processed at Britton’s state-of the-art Tasmanian mill.

Myrtle has always offered something special, and now its properties are being utilised in new ways – flooring being the latest example. Properly laid expanses of Myrtle flooring are providing talking points for homes and commercial fit-outs. Myrtle is easily worked and hard-wearing which makes it perfect for all flooring applications.

Britton Timbers carries stocks in all popular sizes and distributes Australia-wide. Overseas orders are handled by Britton Timbers International.