• 1×8 Blue Wood Quick View
    • 1×8 Blue Wood Quick View
    • 1×8 Blue Wood
    • $1.40
    • A specialty from the Pacific Northwest, Blue pine is known for it's unique natural coloration which brings a special visual appeal to any project undertaken with it. Blue Pine is actually not a specific species of pine tree—instead, blue pines are usually Ponderosa or Lodgepole Pines that have been infected by a mountain pine beetle. The infection kills the trees,…
  • Blue Pine 12in T&G Quick View
    • Blue Pine 12in T&G Quick View
    • Blue Pine 12in T&G
    • $1.75
    • A specialty from the Pacific Northwest, Blue pine is known for it's unique natural coloration which brings a special visual appeal to any project undertaken with it. Blue Pine is actually not a specific species of pine tree—instead, blue pines are usually Ponderosa or Lodgepole Pines that have been infected by a mountain pine beetle. The infection kills the trees,…
  • Nickel Gap Popular 8in Quick View
    • Nickel Gap Popular 8in Quick View
    • Nickel Gap Popular 8in
    • $1.10
    • Nickel gap panels are similar to shiplap or tongue in groove paneling, but (as the name suggests) panels are hung with a space the size of a nickel between them. Unlike true wood paneling, nickel gap does not have knots and is not subject to warping, making it simple to install.
  • Popular V Groove 8 in Quick View
  • Shiplap 12in Quick View
    • Shiplap 12in Quick View
    • Shiplap 12in
    • $1.35
    • As the name suggests, shiplap was originally used for waterproofing ships thanks to the weatherproofing overlapping of the boards. In older homes, it is often used under drywall as a structural element, but shiplap has recently made a major comeback as an element of design thanks to HGTV's husband and wife team, Chip and Joanna Gaines. Shiplap can be used…
  • Shiplap 8in Quick View
    • Shiplap 8in Quick View
    • Shiplap 8in
    • $0.75
    • As the name suggests, shiplap was originally used for waterproofing ships thanks to the weatherproofing overlapping of the boards. In older homes, it is often used under drywall as a structural element, but shiplap has recently made a major comeback as an element of design thanks to HGTV's husband and wife team, Chip and Joanna Gaines. Shiplap can be used…