Queensland Bridges – russet

CONTRASTS, RUSTIC & RAW
A classic finish whose name is derived from the russet, a coarse cloth made of wool and dyed with woad and madder to give it a subdued grey or reddish-brown shade. These boards enjoy a rich, but subtle, variation across each plank, moving from caramel shades right through to rich chocolate hues. A natural, authentic feel that is full of life, plainly exhibiting the marks of its previous bridge life. A classy, comfortable floor that is flexible across many settings.

Source: Queensland Bridges
Species: Primarily Ironbark, Brushbox
Dimensions: 160 to 240 mm wide, up to 3.2m lengths