Product Description: If this fir could speak, it might say 'Aloha' and ask if you want to go surfing and dine on pineapple. That's because this Doug fir was reclaimed from an old transport barge that transported goods around the Hawaiian Islands. Decades spent shuttling the high seas in salty tropical conditions have seasoned this wood with a unique patina and coloring. The surface texture is highly weathered and grey. Once surfaced, the wood reveals a one-of-a-kind color palette of gold and charcoal black. This material comes in large dimensions, making it ideal for table tops, bar tops and other applications.
Sources: Old transport barge the shuttled goods and materials around the Hawaiian Islands for decades.
Species: Pseudotsuga menziesii.
Color Tones: Golden honey with mellow orange overtones contrasted against areas of charcoal black.
Approximate Net Dimensions: 3-1/2" thick x up to 11-1/4" wide x 2' to 8' long.
Millwork: S4S (also available as-is with weathered grey surface).
Character: Mixed grain with areas of charcoal black patina, very occasional nail or other fastener holes, deep seasoning checks and both sound & loose knots up to about 2" in diameter.
Finish: Comes unfinished, unless otherwise specified.
Certification: Certified 'recycled' by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
LEED: MR 4 (Recycled Content) and MR 5 (Regional Materials).