The Douglas Fir trees of the Pacific Northwest are among the largest plant species on earth, and their virgin forests generated much of the large timber through the 20th century. A range of small to massive structures relied on Doug Fir, along with it’s uses that were critical to the war effort. Much of this old growth stock yields dense, and largely clear figure; along with infrequent nail holes. The grain is uneven, though more subdued in it’s reddish brown patina than antique Pine. As a wide plank floor, it maintains some of the quiet dignity of it’s origins.