knotty pine


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knotty pine

Wood of the pine tree cut so that the knots form a decorative pattern; used for interior paneling and cabinets.
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But in many ways it was typical of the houses of its time: balloon-framed, 1,200 or so square feet (about average for a middle-class family at midcentury) and sheathed in knotty pine, a wildly trendy material for those who drew inspiration from the catalogs and pattern books produced by Sears.
The sound of the crickets as we walked home from The Knotty Pine, the snakes slithering through the grass.
NJLBA president Jim Hill owns the Knotty Pine Pub in Wharton, NJ.
Transforming a home's decor is now even easier with a broad range of natural grain colors, including Classic White, Beech, Natural Maple, Warm Cherry, Wild Cherry, Cherry Spice, Light Knotty Pine and Warm Knotty Pine.
with the lodge in Zermatt, complete sight of knotty pine.
Knotty pine floorboards and a basket-weave ceiling of cedar strips softens the raw steel and concrete.
It's a sauna, less than five feet high, made of knotty pine planks and roofed with a sheet of turquoise plastic.
Softwood, including knotty pine, is an obvious choice but other, more exotic, woods such as cedar can be used instead.
If you're bored with manufacturers offering all the same choices of kitchen cupboard designs - knotty pine, oak panelling, white melamine and the rest - Magnet kitchens now give you the chance to express yourself.
We're not talking about knotty pine," a woodworker affiliated with the job told me.
Originally the plant was designed to produce pine and knotty pine products.
The two-story study alone is amazing, with walls of distressed knotty pine and a limestone fireplace," he said.