The pandemic has changed the way many of us think and feel about home. More than ever, it has become a place of refuge, safety, and comfort in an uncertain world. The need for our dwellings to be sources of both physical and emotional wellbeing has never been stronger. Architects and designers looking to maximize the unique and personal qualities of a residence—the subtle factors that turn it from a house into a home—have long recognized that specifying wood offers a natural means of achieving that goal. Now COVID-19 is making that strategy even more attractive to savvy homeowners.