Why are we pining for pine? (Sorry for the pun, it’s involuntary). Let’s have a look.
We can play with color, texture, width, and profile (t&g vs. nickel gap shiplap for example).
Pine can be milled into wall paneling, ceiling cladding, siding, furniture, and flooring. Check out this flooring. The circle-sawn texture, wide planks, and deep brown stain create a rustic, reclaimed appearance.
We can mill pine into smooth shiplap, apply primer and white paint… Voila! Shiplap `ala Mrs. JoAnna Gaines.
How about a look inspired by sun-weathered barn siding?
We don’t want to say it’s cheap because that implies it’s of lesser quality. That’s definitely NOT the case. So, it’s not cheap… it’s a bargain! High value, low cost.
What’s greener than a pine tree? Our pine is selectively harvested in the Adirondack Region of New York State, close to home. It’s just one ingredient: Wood! So, it takes fewer processes and less energy to make than those composite products.
Beautiful and available in wide widths. Just look…
Our Adirondack Eastern White Pine is of excellent quality and milled with precision. I’ts kiln-dried to 6-8%. This is important because it helps to reduce issues like knot bleed and gapping. Most pine found at local lumberyards has about twice the moisture content.
We love this stuff. (It’s not that creepy, dark, outdated pine paneling from my childhood bedroom.) This is a new, beautiful, versatile, economical take on a great wood species.
We hope you’ll give us a call so we can spread some haPINEss to you. We’d love to help bring forth your unique vision!