Wood interiors

Wood interior applications include mouldings and trim, and architectural or decorative features. For these applications, wood species must have a straight grain, be available in long lengths with little to no knots, and able to be processed through a planer or moulder with minimal machining defects. The species must also allow good coating adherence and ease of coating application. Canadian wood species have excellent milling properties and due to slow growth and lower densities, they are much easier to work than most tropical hardwoods. They are ideal for wood interior design and millwork applications.
Furniture
Doors, door frames and windows
Wood interiors
Outdoors
Structural
Other

Recommended species

Douglas Fir

Due to its straight grain and availability in long lengths with little to no knots, Douglas fir is an excellent choice for millwork applications. With a superior strength-to-weight ratio and the ability to sand to a smooth finish with less effort, this species also has an attractive grain that can be featured with a clear coating for doors and windows.

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Douglas Fir

Due to its straight grain and availability in long lengths with little to no knots, Douglas fir is an excellent choice for millwork applications. With a superior strength-to-weight ratio and the ability to sand to a smooth finish with less effort, this species also has an attractive grain that can be featured with a clear coating for doors and windows.

Western Hemlock

Western hemlock is ideal for interior panelling and cladding to achieve a plush, rich look. Its straight grain is perfect for millwork applications. Hemlock takes on multiple stains and refined finishes for every design requirement.

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Western Hemlock

Western hemlock is ideal for interior panelling and cladding to achieve a plush, rich look. Its straight grain is perfect for millwork applications. Hemlock takes on multiple stains and refined finishes for every design requirement.