• Uncle B

    I live in a house in Southern Ontario that was built in 1873! It is primarily Red Pine and Cedar, both cut locally. Now that the land has been stripped of these majestic trees and the newer buildings around mine are chipboard and spruce palaces I feel I have a social obligation to preserve my house for as long as possible, as a tribute to the once great forests that grew here, but were never replanted.

  • http://www.pinewardrobe.net/ Pine Wardrobe

    The furniture in the pics really looks nice. Is there any solution to give a new look to my old pine wardrobe. Any suggestion?