Good Directions Kent Wood Cupola. Decorates and ventilates.
Frequently seen in colonial architecture, cupolas were originally built on roofs to admit light and ventilation and to provide weather protection. Also used as lookouts, they gained popularity in the mid-eastern United States during the post-Revolutionary period. Today, on the roof of your house, barn or any structure, no matter where you live, this Kent Wood Cupola will be "revolutionary" as either decoration or a way to ventilate.
It's made of cypress wood, which many think of as one of the world's most prized woods... it's not only beautiful but also lightweight and hardy, so it's an ideal building material. And since it doesn't bleed, its wood takes well to stains, paints and sealers. From Good Directions, devoted to enhancing the home with affordable, uniquely crafted products that reflect your style and personality.
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