Douglas Fir quarter cut wood veneer is usually a consistent and rich red brown or light yellow, with a fine texture. Also very tight, straight grain with pinstripe like contrast.
Common Uses for Douglas Fir Quarter Cut Wood Veneer: Architectural and acoustic panels, millwork, as well as ceilings and doors. Also popular for cabinetry and furniture making.
Other Name(s): Oregon Pine.
The Tree: Reaches heights of over 200 feet, with trunk diameters between 3-12 feet. Some trees may be 500-1,000 years old.
A Little History: Douglas Fir is a fast growth tree and the wood has been used historically for building purposes.
Region: North America