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8 Uses for Douglas Fir in the Modern Home

By Dwell @dwell
Island Residence Planks

Interior surfaces and climactic flexbility: these four structures situated on a wooded strip of Chappaquiddick Island in Massachusetts celebrate their stunning natural surroundings. Durable Douglas fir tongue-and-groove planks add warmth to the interior areas. The boards expand and contract with the seasonal humidity in a way that’s not readily noticeable, meaning the interiors will last for generations without bearing obvious signs of aging.  

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