New Front Entry
An arched entry addition protects the new door and adds character to this 1930's era bungalow.

Recycled Greenhouse
Recycled windows and doors were used to build this greenhouse. 

A new deck, sleeping loft, new windows and doors, vaulted ceiling, new wiring and insulation spruced up this cottage for rent.

Curved Cedar Fence  

Bookshelves, drawers and storage bin under the window organized this guest room.

New Side Entry on the same house.

Before and afters of a deck replacement:

Glass enclosed writing studio created from a porch.

Western Red Cedar deck with a built in bench. Deck boards were pretreated on all surfaces prior to installation. 
The existing deck was rotten and poorly connected to the house.
The new deck is built with pressure treated lumber and cedar decking treated with Cetol.
Ledger is through bolled to the floor joists inside the house.
Camille's New Deck...
and Camille's New Entryway:
Pressure treated framing.
The decking and railing design are the same as the back deck.

This page was last updated: April 25, 2020
A ship's ladder provides access to a sleeping loft created after removing the ceiling and installing collar ties.
A new back deck
An old fir floor was brough back to life.  The chimney was boxed in and sheetrocked.
The original porch.
Insulated skylites were installed and the wood ceiling was replaced with drywall to give the room a bright, simple and clean look.
Black Richlite flooring was installed and full height insulated glass units take advantage of the view.
Hardi Panel siding with stained Western Red Cedar trim updates the exterior.  Yellow Cedar siding was used at the entryway.
Cottage Remodel
An eight foot tall deer fence built with heavy galvanized wire fence panels.
Custom vanity and tile.
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Tiled Fireplace

Double sided gas fireplace tiled with porcelain tile, reclaimed wood mantle.

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