Douglas Fir Wood Countertops, Bar Tops, Butcher block countertops

Douglas Fir Wood Countertops help bring a traditional look

Description: Douglas Fir Wood Countertops help bring a traditional look to your kitchen, residential or commercial.

Alternate Trade Names: Douglas Tree, Oregon Pine, Red Fir

Origin: North America

Color: Light red brown to pale yellow, honey

Grain: Straight, linear

Janka Hardness: 660

The name Douglas Fir honors David Douglas

Douglas Fir Facts: The name Douglas Fir honors David Douglas, a Scottish botanist who introduced the Douglas Fir in 1827. It can grow to be 70 to 390 feet tall. Douglas Fir can be used to make wood butcher block countertops, but it is most commonly used for building purposes.

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