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Solid-oak shapes coated in a water-based paint and packaged in a drawstring bag.

Credit – Fort Standard
Where to buy - www.fsobjects.com
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The graceful Hugo Desk, shown here in solid walnut, with an optional inset leather writing surface, single drawer and storage cubbies.

Credit – Michael Robbins
Where to buy - roomonline.com
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A perennial classic, this kids’ pull sled is built from kiln-dried northern hardwoods finished with clear water-based lacquer.

Credit – L.L. Bean
Where to buy - www.llbean.com
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A 15¼-inch-high abstract carved-wood sculpture on a stone and wood base.

Credit – 1stdibs
Where to buy - www.1stdibs.com
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A 19th-century farmhouse kitchen in Dover, Massachusetts, installed a 16-foot long wood-framed folding window above the sink counter with gorgeous white oak countertops.

Credit – Archia Homes. Brooks Custom.
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In the living room of an Austin, Texas, house, window walls are framed in white oak stained a warm honey color.

Credit – Webber + Studio. Weather Shield Windows and Doors. Photograph by Casey Dunn.
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Painted oak-framed windows create a perfect light-filled breakfast nook in this Mill Valley, California, kitchen.

Credit – Heydt Designs. Sierra Pacific Windows. Photograph by David Duncan Livingston.
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White oak slats allow for natural ventilation in the bunk alcove, whose built-in furniture was made by Simrel Achenbach of Descience Lab, as was all the custom millwork in the house.

Credit – Desai Chia Architecture. Descience Lab. Photography by Paul Warchol.
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Privacy in the master bedroom is provided by sliding solid-oak panels on the left and a custom white oak room divider that acts as a headboard on one side and a bookcase on the other.

Credit – Desai Chia Architecture. Descience Lab. Photography by Paul Warchol.
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A flat-screen TV behind barn-door style sliding doors in a Riverton, Utah, residence. The flooring is made from elm trees and the media wall features crisply painted poplar cabinetry with graphic black hardware.

Credit – Greg Steffensen Architect. Photograph by Joshua Caldwell.
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A white-oak media wall in a New York City loft.

Credit – Gachot Studios. Photograph by Brittany Ambridge.
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An oak-lined portal leads from the entry foyer to the living area; a small oak, marble, and fumed-mirror bar is recessed into the wall next to it.

Credit – Photograph courtesy of CORE. Gachot Studios.
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A vintage Gio Ponti walnut bed presides over the master suite, the windows are surrounded with floor-to-ceiling oiled white-oak millwork, and the room features rift-cut white-oak floors.

Credit – Photograph courtesy of CORE. Gachot Studios.
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Set against the predominantly white walls, the honey-color wood, complementary brass accents, and classic midcentury modern furniture give the airy spaces an impeccably tailored but unstuffy look.

Credit – Photograph by Brittany Ambridge for the NY Times. Gachot Studios.
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A custom front door of a made of entirely recycled walnut creates an inviting focal point in the cool, creamy street façade of a La Jolla, CA, house.

Credit – KW Designs. Photograph by Chipper Hatter.
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For a house in Raleigh, NC, Appalachian Woodwrights custom made a handsome front door of walnut decorated with rolled steel accents. The cast-bronze door handle is by Rocky Mountain Hardware.

Credit – Appalachian Woodwrights
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Made of white oak, the custom switchback staircase has open treads, which allow daylight from a second-story window-wall to flood the reading area below the main stairs in a Bennett Valley, California weekend house.

Credit – Wade Design Architects. Total Concepts Homebuilders. Photography by John Costill & Paul Dyer.
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This under-stairs daybed, comprising a full-length twin mattress sitting on a painted hardwood base with pullout drawers, it’s like an elegant window-bunk on some old sailing ship.

Credit – Architect Jon R. Sayler. Photography by Sandpoint Photo.
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The TRI Sugar/Salt Bowl, a triangular table centerpiece with a hand-cut dark American walnut lid with a natural oil finish.

Where to Buy:www.insekshop.com
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This attractive Wooden Bowed Psaltery is made of maple and birch.

Where to Buy:www.uncommongoods.com
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This black walnut hand-turned Champlain salad bowl has simple, elegant lines and is hand finished with non-toxic, food-safe, allergen-free walnut oil.

Credit – Woodworker Andrew Pearce
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Handmade Picking Baskets are woven from strips of New England ash.

Where to Buy:www.kaufmann-mercantile.com
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Animal Boxes—a bull, a bear, a walrus, a llama, a whale, and a rhino made of sustainably harvested new-growth beech wood.

Credit – Karl Zahn
Where to buy - www.karlzahn.com 
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Colorful solid-oak Balancing Blocks, faceted stone-size shapes to create your own sculpture.

Credit – Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings, Fort Standard
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A pair of closets with custom sliding doors in American black walnut in the entry hall of an Upstate New York weekend house.

Credit – Architect Nina Gotlieb. Actual Size Projects. Millwork by Jay Brennan.
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Benjamin Moore “Decorator White” paint is used on the custom coffered ceiling, window surrounds, and other millwork—all poplar—in this restful upstate New York bedroom.

Credit – Crisp Architects. Photograph by Rob Karosis.
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In the living room of a French Renaissance-style mansion in Hillsborough, CA, the coffered ceiling, window surrounds, and herringbone floor are all made of hickory.

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Alder doors in the entry hall of a house in Minneapolis.

Credit – Choice Wood Company. Photograph by Troy Thies.
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Tineke Triggs of Artistic Designs for Living hung a simple painted-poplar barn door between the living area and master bedroom in a Mill Valley, CA, farmhouse.

Credit – Artistic Designs for Living.
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Handmade from replenishable Michigan-grown, kiln-dried basswood and printed with non-toxic, lead-free, child-safe inks.

Credit – House Industries.
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A vacation house with a butterfly roof and 1-by-6-inch cypress boards have undergone shou sugi ban, the traditional Japanese method of charring wood so it becomes rot and insect resistant.

Credit – Desai Chia Architecture. Delta Millworks. Photograph by Paul Warchol.
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This breezeway also functions as a dining room. Everything from the flooring, ceiling beams and panels, cabinetry, trim work, and custom pieces of furniture are made from reclaimed ash trees.

Credit – Desai Chia Architecture. Photograph by Ike Edeani.
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Everything from the flooring, ceiling beams and panels, cabinetry, trim work, and custom pieces of furniture are made from reclaimed ash trees.

Credit – Desai Chia Architecture. Photograph by Ike Edeani.
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Ebony-stained oak bookshelves and wall and ceiling paneling contrast with the white epoxy resin floor in the library area of a renovated Hollywood Hills residence.

Credit – Griffin Enright Architects. Photograph by Benny Chan, Fotoworks.
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As the stairs spiral upward, they encircle a chandelier hanging from the ceiling on the top floor.

Credit – Pauli Uribe Architects. Woodmeister Master Builders. Photograph by Gary Sloan Studios.
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This three-story oak, poplar, and maple circular staircase is a new addition to a renovated 100-year-old Tudor Revival house in Long Island, NY.

Credit – Pauli Uribe Architects. Woodmeister Master Builders. Photograph by Gary Sloan Studios.
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A completely new white-oak and plaster staircase in a
gut-renovated Brooklyn townhouse.

Credit – Elizabeth Roberts Architecture and Design. Photograph by Dustin Aksland.
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Bleached-maple and oak staircase in New York City triplex.

Credit – INC Architecture & Design. Photograph by Joshua McHugh.
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Dark-stained oak floor, treads, and handrail in a New Jersey stair hall remodeled.

Credit – Clawson Architects
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Free-form turnings—meaning each is unique—the bowls come in various sizes and finishes, including black or blonde, and blonde with black splatter or black with gold splatter.

Credit – Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co.
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Tapered kitchen hood in wood shiplap

Credit – Design-Craft Cabinets
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This Seattle, WA breakfast nook includes a pair of long corner banquettes—deep leather cushions on sturdy white-oak and steel frames and rift-sawn stained white oak cabinetry and floors.

Credit – DeForest Architects. NB Design Group. Photograph by Benjamin Benschneider.
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All the woodwork in this kitchen is clear-finish maple.

Credit – Thielsen Architects. Photograph by Art Grice.
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An unobtrusive coffered ceiling helps create low-key drama in the quietly sumptuous living room of an Atherton, CA house.

Credit – Pacific Peninsula Group. Photograph by Bernard Andre.
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This spiral staircase, with treads of blue ash, risers of golden poplar, and bannisters of cherry, is located in the 1839 Trustees’ Office, one of several restored Pleasant Hill buildings that accommodate guests.

Credit – Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
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Etched Walnut Bow Tie

Credit – Uncommon Goods. Designers Adam Teague and Tim Paslay.
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Stacked birch drawers, cupboards, and closets were used to create a staircase in a renovated Chicago loft.

Credit – Architect Elissa Scrafano. Photography by Catherine Tighe.
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The Main Room at the Barnes Foundation has white oak floors, windows, and millwork, and massive walnut benches.

Credit – Frank Miller Lumber. Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects. Photograph by Michael Moran.
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The living-room media center is housed behind rustic barn doors made of reclaimed red and white oak from 19th-century agrarian buildings.

Credit – Fraser Design. Photograph by Ansel Olson.
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American cherry clads the ceiling, floor, and walls of the Royal Academy of Music’s new Susie Sainsbury Theater.

Credit – Ian Ritchie Architects. Photograph by Adam Scott.
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Fiber-optic crystals are embedded among the cherry battens cladding the theater walls.

Credit – Ian Ritchie Architects. Photograph by Adam Scott.
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Painted poplar shiplap walls and built-in shelving in the guest room of a renovated Nantucket Island beach house.

Credit – Moger Mehrhof Architects with millwork by Woodmeister Master Builders. Photograph by Greg Premru.
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A five-inch-thick reclaimed white oak beam makes a handsome vanity counter in the master bath of a renovated Chicago house.

Credit – Burns + Beyerl Architects. Photograph by James Yochum.
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The dark-stained walnut front door of a modern Tulsa, Oklahoma house.

Credit – DECCO Home Builders
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A Dutch door in a custom house.

Credit – Great Neighborhood Homes Inc. Photograph by LandMark Photograph.
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The red-painted front door of a renovated La Jolla, California house.

Credit – Warren Sheets Design, Inc. and William Hayer Architecture, Inc. Photograph by Karyn Millet
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These Plant Pedestals are made from three pieces of beech wood that fit together with seamless lap joinery.

Credit – Designed by Pete Oyler for the Brooklyn-based producer Areaware.
Where to buy: Areaware
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Crafted from sustainably harvested beech, the powerful yet gentle Ursa Bear is infinitely posable and practically impossible to break—an enduring classic that will withstand years of play.

Credit – David Weeks Studio
Where to buy: David Weeks Studio
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This rectangle Tray, which features solid wood construction, metal-pinned joinery, and lashed cord handles.

Credit – Designer-maker Heide Martin
Where to buy: Heide Martin
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Hardwood baby rattles made of white oak, walnut, and cherry are easily gripped in tiny hands, silky-smooth on teething gums, and entirely safe thanks to their non-toxic beeswax/oil finish.

Credit – Industrial Designer Linda Hsiao and Architect/Woodworker Kagan Taylor
Where to buy: Knotwood LA
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Hardwood blocks set in blackened-steel frames to create a spectacular pair of room dividers in a Greenwich Village loft.

Credit – Betty Wasserman Arts & Interiors
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White oak is used for the kitchen screen, interior portico, and rift-sawn plank doors in the entry of an Austin, Texas house.

Credit – Tim Cuppett Architects. Photograph by Whit Preston.
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A slatted solid-walnut partition separates the dining area from the front entrance of a renovated midcentury house.

Credit – Risa Boyer Architecture. Photograph by Lincoln Barbour.
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The Vortex, the red-oak-paneled lobby of the new Bloomberg European Headquarters in London.

Credit –Artist Olafur Eliasson. Photograph by James Newton/Foster + Partners. American Hardwood Export Council.
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Chris Currie, a project designer in Lake Flato Architects’ San Antonio office, relaxes by hand carving wooden spoons and other utensils.

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Examples of Chris Currie’s hand-carved utensils include an oak spoon (left) and a series of scoops, spoons, and ladles (center and right) carved from a single piece of sinker cypress.

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Walnut fireplace, paneling, bookshelves, and cabinetry in the Georgian-style library of a residence.

Credit – Stuart Silk Architects. Photograph by Benjamin Benschneider. 
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A walnut fireplace in the den of a Cape Cod-style house in Minnesota.

Credit – Ron Brenner Architects and Kristin Hoaglund Design. Photograph by Annie Wiegers.
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A custom fireplace with a cherry mantel and side columns and black-granite surround in the library of a New York City apartment.

Credit – Ania Stempi Design.
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A frame in solid black walnut. Featured art by Tamon George.

Credit – Framebridge Gallery
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A frame in solid cherry. Featured art by Michelle Solobay.

Credit – Framebridge Gallery
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A frame in solid ash. Featured art by Michelle Solobay.

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Poplar siding lines the walls of a living room in Atherton, CA, designed by New York–based architect Rebecca Asher.

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Poplar siding on the master bathroom walls provides a warm contrast with the white tub and the stone-tile floor.

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Tongue-and-groove hardwood walls create a relaxed yet crisply tailored look, especially when painted. Falmouth, Maine–based designer Linda Banks paneled the great room in her own home with poplar boards, “which take paint very well,” she notes.

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This custom maple partition in a Manhattan micro apartment by Allen + Killcoyne Architects demonstrates, if the slats are made of hardwood, you get the beauty and character of the material as a decorative bonus.

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This San Francisco residence by Feldman Architecture, a kids’ play area effortlessly transforms into a guest room thanks to a Murphy bed and a seven-foot-wide painted hardwood barn door.

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Along with their decorative appeal, classic louvred hardwood shutters like these custom models shown with a Salt and Pepper finish, allow for control over ventilation and light.

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The master bath in a Dallas house by Modern Craft Construction features a barn door and accent wall both made of walnut.

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A black walnut barn door gives easy access to a hall closet in an Aspen condominium remodeled by Menendez Architects.

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Self-adhesive oak planks from the Rustick Wall Co. bring a country vibe to a den.

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A feature wall clad in burnished walnut planks.

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Quarter-Sawn-Oak Mouldings

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Custom Built-In Maple Cabinetry

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Floorboard-Style Hardwood Planks Underfoot and Overhead

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Solid Hardwood, Stained-Oak Interior Doors

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The hallway in a newly constructed house by Murphy & Co. Design, Buffalo, MN, features birch crown moldings, baseboards, casings, and column trim painted the same color as the walls, while the floor is rift-sawn white oak.

Photograph by – Susan Gilmore
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The renovation of a house by Edina, Minnesota–based architect Meriwether Felt, included fitting the master bath with new stained cherry crown moldings, baseboards, and window and door casings.

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Transforms an aging room into a dazzling showcase

Courtesy – Gabriel Brothers
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In Denver, a traditional-style double front door, custom made by Sun Mountain, Inc., combines alder plank-panels, stiles, and rails with glass and bronze hardware.  

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Filigreed fireplace mantel

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The Music Center at Strathmore in Baltimore, Md. is a masterpiece to the ears and the eyes.

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More than a century, rich, hand-carved oak moulding and paneling have adorned the dining room of The Hermitage in Norfolk, Va.

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Victorian exuberance and extravagance abound in the Bishop’s Palace, Galveston, Tx. Built in 1892, hand-carved hardwood mouldings and detailed hardwood floors and ceilings continue to astound visitors.

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Reminiscent of the 17th-century England, hardwood floors and decorative moulding have welcomed guests to the Bishop’s palace for over 100 years.

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Poplar lineals add great architectural interest

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Where to Buy: White River Hardwoods
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Textured hardwood mantel transforms plain to elegant

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Where to Buy: White River Hardwoods
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Poplar ceiling beams add interest and beauty

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Where to Buy: White River Hardwoods
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Dark stained poplar lineals bring a more formal look to this library

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Where to Buy: White River Hardwoods
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Decorative trimwork is both practical and beautiful

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Where to Buy: White River Hardwoods
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Hardwood’s warmth makes this great room glow

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Where to Buy: White River Hardwoods
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Make a statement with hardwood architectural details

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Where to Buy: White River Hardwoods
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American cherry spiral staircase and moulding

Courtesy – Hensley Homes
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Red oak staircase and entry

Courtesy – Marc Tirey, Cincinnati Stair
Where to Buy: Cincinnati Stair
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Custom staircase with oak treads and rails

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Where to Buy: Staircase and Millwork Company
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Moulding Profiles

Courtesy – Weaber, Inc.
Where to Buy: Weaber, Inc.
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Finger Joint Poplar Moulding

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Where to Buy: Weaber, Inc.
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Oak & Poplar Moulding

Courtesy – Weaber, Inc.
Where to Buy: Weaber, Inc.
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