knotty pine

NOUN
  1. pine lumber with many knots; used especially for paneling and furniture
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  • It remains a casual place, more knotty pine than mahogany - even though for generations it has been a second home for many Hollywood stars who first discovered it when they came up for filming.
  • Renovation of this house began by covering the knotty pine ceilings with Sheetrock and putting a wood floor over the plywood. Bird Cloud
  • Here, raised-panel cabinets crafted of knotty pine evoke the old-world charm of French country kitchens.
  • The 31-room lodge sits right on Lake Superior and is all Scandinavian, with hand-hewn beams, massive stone fireplaces, and guest rooms of high-gloss knotty pine.
  • Step one of Judy's transformation was to tackle the stained knotty pine walls with ‘quite a few gallons of paint.’
  • Wood - in the simple knotty pine cabinets and furniture pieces - adds warmth.
  • The light sisal rug anchors the rustic tables, and the suedelike wall glaze in a caramel shade adds warmth to the knotty pine ceiling.
  • The boat's knotty pine interior brought back memories of an Adirondack camp.
  • Hotel du Lac Carling is quiet, with an understated ambience that washes over you as soon as you pull up beside the waterfall in front of a modern gray stone and knotty pine lodge.
  • That meant paring away layers of linoleum and orange carpeting, burnishing hardwood floors, sandblasting some beams, oiling knotty pine walls, and creating window coverings that didn't compete with the view.
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