These are some photos of a recent project we have been working on and have completed. It's one of Montana's more famous homes, built many years ago. We were hired to replace a deteriorating handrail of around 180 feet. Once into the project, we ended up replacing all of the deck, the stairs and the landing. The deck and landing structure was replaced with cedar logs with the bark still on. The handrail and posts are all juniper.
Our newest project are these Hall Trees. They are made out of reclaimed barn wood with accents of old tin, harness parts, old nails and railroad spikes. They are all one of a kind. They are completely functional with a bench and storage underneath, hooks for hanging your hat or coat and a beautiful mirror.
Here's a handrail we built recently, yes we also work with steel combined with reclaimed wood. The spindles are all mortised into the top rails , floor and stair treads.
Old wood cook stoves are hard to find a home for, so we've been cutting them up and making coffee tables out of them. The warming oven doors open for books or other storage. The oven door is embeded into old reclaimed old barn wood, using the feet for coffee table legs.
This mountain lion was made out of old, greyed, wind blown juniper branches. It is a little larger than life size.
These are log and decorative branch work we did for a client's doorway. They make for some cool shadows with the lights on.
This is one of our coffee tables we created using reclaimed hand hewn old cabin logs and old horse harness parts.