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Renee Durran
It would have been nice for you to include what timber was used in the photos that you have included. It is a story about what kind of timber to use is it not??
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Rose Har

Great to see this idea. We have selected Dakota timber look tiles that are suitable for both inside and out. The aim is to extend a small living area to the alfresco by keeping the flooring visually consistent.

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