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Collection by Zachary Edelson

Uses for Douglas Fir in the Modern Home

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Found in everything from structural timbers to decorative accents, Douglas fir is a nearly-omnipresent material in North American architecture. Fir is a fixture of building past and present: it's frequently salvaged from old structures even as it's cultivated across Canada and the U.S. See its diverse application in these contemporary residences!

Durable Douglas fir tongue-and-groove planks add warmth to the interior areas.
Douglas fir-framed windows by Dynamic Architectural Windows & Doors offer layered indoor-outdoor views.
Axel sits on the staircase, which like all the internal and external cladding in the house is made from Douglas fir.
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