What can you build with Eastern White Pine? All kinds of things – as you can see in our latest roundup of #easternwhitepine projects featured on Instagram! Sheds, coops, grand houses, log cabins, doors, window frames, organizers… the only limit is your creativity.
Via @woodenware4u, “Finished up the Garden Shed project for my client today. Nice to have a project close to home.”
Via @blueberrywoodsmaine, “Ready for some fun facts? ???? ⤵️The white pine used at @blueberrywoodsmaine was responsibly harvested approximately within 70 miles the land. ???? This makes me incredibly happy. The distance from the lumberyard to the land is considerably even less than that. Talkin’ local here. White pine is 100% recyclable, organic, non-toxic, and biodegradable. We won’t be recycling my new dance floor though.”
Via @rockheartcabin, an awesome porch made with Eastern White Pine. “Hello beautiful day! This porch wraps entirely around our house and adds so much space and enjoyment. I’ll be very happy when it has railings on it.”
Via @softwoodexportcouncil, “Two architectural designers have modernized the classic rural New Hampshire home, building their own residence from wood cut down on their own property and locally sourced Eastern White Pine. Working on a tight budget with sustainability and a chic industrial-rustic hybrid aesthetic as their goal, the couple built nearly everything from hand, including the kitchen cabinetry, and achieved Energy Star certification. The interior of the home is lined with Eastern White Pine finished with Monocoat white oil, from the wide-open living room with its wood stove focal point to the spa-like bathroom with all of its built-in storage.”
Via @lulpinewoodandforge, “Built a these lovely little diamond sash today! The old ones were beyond repair, but this locally milled eastern white pine should last another few hundred years!”
@tfgheartwoodschool, a timber framing school in the Berkshires, is working on a studio and poultry house made of Eastern White Pine. Looks amazing so far!
Check out these gorgeous eastern white pine floors posted by New Hampshire’s Main Street Homes @mainst.homes. Gotta love that wide plank!
Woodworker @wornro presents his latest project, a footstool made of Eastern White Pine.
Via @builtbybrosco, this cabin in Falls Village, Connecticut features Eastern White Pine tongue and groove boards harvested onsite.
Via @ediblelandscapes, “Who doesn’t love a good ‘before and after?’ What were a bunch of rotting beds that the bunnies were making their salad bar, are now these beefy 2’ tall raised beds! We are quite happy with how they came out! All local(ish) Eastern White Pine, rough cut. Ain’t no bunnies getting into these beds!”
@pennsylvaniasawmillcompany gives us a close-up look at some heavy structural Eastern White Pine timbers that’ll be going into an industrial-style building in Virginia.
More of @pennsylvaniasawmillcompany’s Eastern White Pine decorative trusses, these ones in a new church in State College, Pennsylvania.
Here’s a great example of using Eastern White Pine for smaller projects. @nkwoodwerx says, “Fully stocked and ready for grab and go sanding! I designed the cabinet around 1/3 sized sheets to reduce how far it sticks out from the wall, but also I find 1/3 sheet sizes to be the most useful in my work whether I’m hand sanding or using various sanding blocks.”