Walnut Wide Plank Flooring

Simply put, Walnut is a great for wide plank flooring. It’s an intense wood with strong, grain patterns — and what sets it apart from many other woods is the depth of these patterns. When you look closely you’ll notice that the varying widths and swirl of...

Douglas Fir and Pine: know the difference

Many people tend to confuse Pine and Douglas Fir. This is understandable because both are softwoods harvested in the northern hemisphere and are used extensively in the building trades to provide lumber and plywood for homes and as a base material for cabinets,...

Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir, also known as Oregon Pine, Douglas Spruce and Red fir is one of the most valuable — and useful — timber trees in the world. And they have been an integral component in the forests of North America since the mid-Pleistocene age. In the building trades,...

The Farmhouse Sink

The Farmhouse sink, otherwise known as an apron-front sink is a great addition to any kitchen or space where a sink is needed. These often plain looking fixtures reflect a long history of utilitarian purposes, from being used as a dog wash basin to a canning...

Reclaimed Chestnut

Reclaimed wood floors are very popular today for both environmental and decorative reasons, and when most people think of reclaimed wood, pine or oak are usually the first species that come to mind, as they are the most popular. One type of reclaimed wood that is...