Douglas Fir wood Veneer.  Douglas Fir, also called Oregon Pine or blue Douglas fir, is grown in Colorado, Oregon, the Rocky Mountains among other US states and in Canada.  Douglas Fir is known for its straight grain and stability.  The tight growth rings are quite visible and produce uniform straight to wavy lines.  It is often used for structural beams, doors, building, decorative trim, factoring flooring, marine pilings, joinery, cabins and railroad ties.  Ready to be applied to any project.  This veneer comes unfinished with a 10 mil paper backer.  Sold in a variety of sheet sizes.

Discontinued – limited quantities available


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Sold in sheets of:
24″ x 24″
24″ x 48″
24″ x 96″