[Douglas S. Ewing] and team were able to determine that the original trim and trellis materials consisted entirely of redwood logs. The bark was left on the logs giving them a "furry" appearance, says Ewing. Because redwood logs of this type simply are not available today and partly because a cleaner-looking more durable product was desired by the client and architect, varnished natural pine logs from Montana were selected as replacements.
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