About the Wood

Most of our pine is lodgepole pine. It grows in central and eastern Oregon, mostly at the base of mountainous areas. It is usually the first tree to appear after a forest fire, as the cones release the seeds in extreme heat. Pine is on the softer end of the hardness scale for trees. Over time, pine will patina from the white color to a more golden color. The cracks that are visible in the wood are natural and part of the drying process. Pine is a versatile wood that can be stained to match any decor, or simply finished with a clear finish to show off its natural looks. Choose Your Stain