Oregon White Oak
Featured in prominent projects like the Timberline Lodge, Oregon White Oak is consistently identified with the Pacific Northwest.
This hardwood is known for its cool color tones, ranging from vanilla to golden champagne. It is very hard and is excellent for use as flooring, furniture, cabinetry, and other interior applications.
Oregon White Oak is indigenous to the Pacific Northwest and grows from central California into British Columbia. For many decades, land owners and residents in our region have under-valued this species, sending unwanted oak logs to local chip yards while importing vast quantities of Eastern White Oak from east of the Mississippi.
Oregon White Oak is a beautiful, useful, and remarkably durable hardwood with a far more interesting and rich color palette than Eastern White Oak. Sustainable Northwest Wood is proud to support its use and the work of land owners and foresters who are working to ensure its survival.
Click here to read about our partnership with a local forest that is restoring vital oak habitat.
Our oak is sourced from small mills in the Willamette and Rogue Valleys. Most of the logs are salvaged from storm damage or chip yards. FSC certified oak is also available.
- 3", 5", and 6" flooring (and custom face widths)
- 4/4 through 8/4 hardwood lumber
- Butcher block and plank-style slabs