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The Scottish botanist and explorer David Douglas described his namesake, the Douglas Fir, as “one of the most striking and truly graceful objects in nature.” Native to both the Pacific Northwest and Asia, the Douglas Fir was brought to Europe centuries ago, where it now thrives in the cool climate and rich soil of forests in Scandinavia, Germany, and the Baltic region. Tall and majestic, these evergreens can reach heights of over 300 feet, with gigantic width. Compared with other softwoods, the Douglas Fir is unusually robust and firm, making it ideal for flooring and joinery. It’s the only wood still used by the United States Navy in the construction of its wooden ships. With a uniform appearance, a warm, reddish hue, and a striking grain pattern, Douglas Fir lumber is equal parts rustic and sublime.

Douglas Fir. Flat Sawn. Brushed.
Engineered. 3/4" x 14" x 6-16'. Light Character.
T&G. End Matched. Micro-Beveled.
Nordic Pine. Oil Finish


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