Doug Fir is a native tree to the Pacific Northwest that can tower up to one hundred feet above the Statue of Liberty. Often valued for it’s size and structural qualities, it can also yield a clear dense grain and above average rot resistance. In this instance, a high quality grade was used for the housing of an enormous storage tank. This unique lot of Douglas Fir now yields distinct paneling and flooring.
After decades of use, this tank wood emerged with a striking and deep range of burgundy and reddish orange hues, with a combination of flat and vertical grain figure. Rare tight knots within a sound dense figure. 95-100% heartwood.