knotty pine


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knotty pine

n.
Pine wood with a large number of knots, used especially for paneling and furniture.
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Noun1.knotty pine - pine lumber with many knots; used especially for paneling and furniture
pine - straight-grained durable and often resinous white to yellowish timber of any of numerous trees of the genus Pinus
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Alaska Knotty Pine Bed & Breakfast has five room options, each of which sleep two.
Whole Foods has a 20-year-lease for the store, a single-story structure made of concrete blocks with exterior trim of knotty pine and metal window and door overhangs painted dark green.
Formica and 1950s painted knotty pine gave way to modern raw-oak cabinetry and Caesarstone countertops; large-scale slatted-wood pendant lamps act as striking art elements.
The wood frame building will be 24% by 36% in size, with a cathedral knotty pine ceiling, a roofed 12% by 24% foot deck, and a 12% by 24% patio type slab adjacent to the side of building ADA accessible entrance.
The woodsy, cabin-like three-bedroom and three-bathroom residence features brick and terra cotta tile floors, knotty pine paneling, vaulted ceilings, roughhewn wood beams and three brick fireplaces (two inside and one on the terrace).
furnishings not only drew our customers' praise, but also elicited orders from many who wanted Knotty Pine furniture for their own homes.
Knotty pine will be harder to work with and to paint well.
Complete with a full finished basement, this Italian villa style home features a beautiful ceiling composed of knotty pine in the great room that adds warmth and color for entertaining guests.
40 Six panel knotty pine |internal unglazed door, (1981mm height and 762mm width), B&Q, PS38 or two for PS65 SAVE: PS8 Duck egg casa stripe |curtains (46x54ins), BHS were PS50, Now PS24.
Six panel knotty pine internal unglazed door, (1981mm height and 762mm width), B&Q, PS38 or two for PS65 SAVE: PS8
On a knob of land overlooking the Kennebec River, they found a curiously flat-roofed, midcentury cedar cabin that was clad inside, from stem to stern, with knotty pine and had two walls of picture windows overlooking the roiling water.