beech Archives - West Wind Hardwood

New Various Slabs, Boat Lumber & Narra!

Western White Pine, Live Edge

3.5″ thick live edge (clear!) Western White Pine slabs.

Grumpy3.5″ x 22.5″ x 8′52 bf$780.00
Dopey3.5″ x 26″ x 8′60 bf$900.00
Doc3.5″ x 29″ x 8′67 bf$1,005.00
Happy3.5″ x 25″ x 8′58 bf$870.00
Bashful3.5″ x 25.5″ x 8′59 bf$885.00
Sneezy3.5″ x 32″ x 8′74 bf$1,110.00
Sleepy3.5″ x 26″ x 8′60 bf$900.00

Live Edge Beech

3.5″ thick live edge Beech slabs.

PFIZER3.5″ x 31″ x 14′126 bf$1,890.00
ASTRAZENECA3.5″ x 28.5″ x 14″116 bf$1,740.00
J&J3.5″ x 21 x 14′85 bf$1,275.00

Western Maple Slabs

KING3.5″ x 20″ x 11′64$960.00
QUEEN3.5″ x 26″ x 11′83$1,245.00

Exquisite Boat Lumber

2″ CVG Sitka Spruce, spar stock
1″ Clear flat grain, Western Red Cedar for Canoe making.

2 x 12 Clear Yellow Cedar

Order Yellow Cedar


Order Narra

European Beech Countertops

European Beech Countertops

Special on European Beech Countertops

We are offering a special on multi-piece European beech countertops! We will make these to your specific needs and length. The one shown above includes a back splash and is stained with Oli-Natura Project Oil in Padouk.

beech countertops with stain


13/16″ x 24″ x any length

Cost: $20.00 /running foot.

beech countertops before stain

Here you can see the many pieces of beech used in the glue-up to make the top surface. This is the counter top prior to staining, a really nice natural color and grain variation!

Looking for something a bit more custom, maybe not in beech? Take a look at our Custom Milling page and see what we can make for you!

Joel’s Trip to Stanford University’s Bing Hall

Joel’s Trip to Stanford University’s Bing Hall

What happens when you mix German beech , BC Yellow Cedar, Stanford university, a Russian woodworker (based in San Francisco) and West Wind Hardwood?  Last summer we manufactured 15,000 square feet of Beech and Yellow Cedar flooring.  The wood was destined for a concert hall on the Stanford campus in California.  This summer we had the opportunity to meet the contractor and see the installation first hand.

Alex Medvedev, owner of EH Floors Inc. was contracted to supply and install wood flooring inside the hall.  We met up at his office in San Francisco and from there headed south to see the project.

The Bing Concert Hall (where our wood was installed)  is a private performance space on the university campus in Palo Alto, California.  Steamed European beech was laid throughout the auditorium.   Alex mentioned most of the beech stair treads are unique shapes, which were fitted between two finished walls.  The wood stage is hallow like a drum (apparently for acoustics) and clad with 1 ¾” thick unfinished yellow cedar.  It was surprising to hear how loud and hollow footsteps sounded walking across it.  The semi-circular stage lifts are raised and lowered independently, from tiered (as seen in the pictures) to completely flat.

We are happy to have played a part in the construction of this unique building. Thanks Alex for taking the time from your schedule.  It was great to see all of your excellent work!