Sourced from historic Union Stables in Seattle, Washington, Stablewood Cladding is made from the Douglas fir car decking of this 1909 structure. The rich amber grain and tones reflect the maturation of wood from a bygone era. Comprised of an equal mix of resawn and smooth sanded faces, the two surfaces are approximately 1/16” different in thickness. Tongue and grove edges provide for easy installation with standard tools and techniques. Dimensions: 9/16" nominal thickness x 3" wide in random lengths of 18"- 48".