Architectural and Furniture

myrtlewood lumber 1

The most exotic wood growing in the Pacific
Northwest. Myrtlewood has an extremely wide
variety of colors. No two trees will be the same.
It occurs in beautifully figured and burled
wood. Combine this with its wide variety of
colors and you get a spectacular look.

Price: $4.00 to $7.50 per board foot

maple lumber 1


Figured, curly, quilted or burl, we have
a good inventory of big leaf maple to choose
from for musical instruments, fine furniture,
cabinetry and turning.

Price: $4.00 to $8.00 per board foot

chinquapin lumber 1

Sought after by cabinet and fine furniture
makers, but not widely used because trees
large enough to produce good quality lumber
can be hard to come by. Color ranges from
creamy white to reddish pink with brown and
gray streaks running through it.

Price: $3.50 to $5.00 per board foot

white oak lumber 1

Oregon white oak

This has a wide range of uses. Because of its
warm golden brown color it is widely used in
furniture making. When 1/4 sawn the rays are
long, the sapwoodis very white and if cut in
August or September it will hold its color.
Combine this with the golden brown color of the
heart wood and you get a beautiful look.
It is also prized for boat building because
it is extremely strong and very rot resistant.

Price: $3.00 to $5.00 per board foot

alder lumber 1


Used extensively for cabinets and
furniture. Here at Pacific Coast Woods we
only carry spalted alder. After years of
trial and error we have developed a method
to beautifully spalt this wood.

Price: $4.50 per board foot

redwood lumber 1


All of our redwood comes from salvaged
treees and old stumps. Whether you are
looking for clear vertical grain for
architectural features, high quality
acoustic guitar soundboards or intensely
figured tops for electric guitars, we have it.

Price: $5.00 and up per board foot

Port Orford cedar

Port Orford cedar
Also known as white cedar it is one of the
most unique woods growing in North America.
It has a very limited range along the
Pacific Coast, from Southern Oregon into
far northern California. Port Orford cedar
is light weight yet very strong and rot
resistant. This makes it highly prized for
boat building and architectural features.

Douglas fir

Clear vertical grain Douglas fir

A great wood for architectural features,
boat lumber and finish carpentry. We carry
a good selection in several widths and
thicknesses. We can custom saw to your