Hewn’s Interior Northwestern Spruce wood products are hand-made by skilled artisans in our Oregon work shop. Each board is crafted from solid wood, and has its own natural character to complement our coloring process. Our material is sold as solid boards with multiple milling and width options, and in a variety of catalog colors and texture options. In addition to our standard options, Hewn’s highly-skilled team of color and finish specialists are able to craft custom creative color finishes, which allow designers and architects to realize their unique project palettes. If you can dream it, Hewn can create it.
Hewn’s Heritage Collection is designed to replicate the look and texture of traditional American barnwood, featuring colors and finishes that are appropriate for both rustic and modern applications. All of our Heritage offerings feature raised wood grain, highlighting the natural uniqueness of the sustainably-sourced material that we utilize in our products.
The Ohana Collection is inspired by the sights and color palettes of Hawaii. These colors are designed to be complementary to each other, and are ideal for use as an accent element, or as your primary color choice. All of these colors feature raised wood grain, adding depth and texture that cannot be created with a standard paint application.
Our TruRustic Collection offers a high-end aesthetic at a lower price point. We retain the same charm and characteristics of the natural wood, with our same proprietary coloring process, but with a smoother texture, and no distressing options. Our TruRustic products are designed for interior installation only, and are not sealed to protect against the elements. All TruRustic is sold as solid 11/16″ material.
Shou Sugi Ban Collection
Shou Sugi Ban is a traditional Japanese technique of charring wood, usually cedar, to increase its durability and resistance to fire, insects, and rot. The process involves carefully burning the surface of the wood to create a unique blackened appearance that is both aesthetically striking and functional.
A Proven Material
Spruce has been used as a building material for centuries, particularly in Europe and North America. Historically, it was often used in the construction of log cabins and other rustic structures due to its abundance and relatively low cost. Spruce was also used in the construction of ships and boats due to its light weight and strength, adding to its track-record of reliability and trustworthiness. Hewn continues this tradition, providing our custom Northwestern Spruce Interior Paneling for residential and commercial use, allowing modern designers the ability to utilize this historical resource.
8′ to 16′
(Sold as random lengths)
1×4 (3 1⁄2” face)
1×6 (5 1⁄2” face)
1×8 (7 1⁄4” face)
1×10 (9 1⁄4” face)
1×12 (11 1⁄4” face)
Board to Board
Tongue & Groove
Available in Standard and Custom Colors
Hewn’s Northwestern Spruce Paneling can be customized to fit the individual needs and specifications of your particular project. Our finely skilled craftsmen can modify nearly any part of our in-house process to create a material designed according to your specifications, and our color technicians can match any shade or tone provided to us as part of our custom sampling process.
The Northwestern Spruce Advantage
Hewn sources all of our Northwestern Spruce from North American sources, with a focus on sustainability and consistent quality. It is a strong and durable wood species that can add warmth and character to any space. Our product can easily withstand everyday wear and tear, and is designed with longevity in mind.
Hewn’s Interior Northwestern Spruce Paneling is available in a variety of milling profiles, designed to fit the individual needs of your project. Please inquire regarding custom milling if you do not see your profile listed here.
Our Interior Northwestern Spruce Paneling is milled to your requested specifications in-house, allowing for the highest level of oversight throughout the entire production process.