Thanks for visiting our new projects blog. These pictures are a collection of completed jobs. Occasionally I add posts from the past!

Oregon City Water Way

Today we finished a fun project on the outskirts of Oregon City. This beautiful home had a drainage area wrapping around the house. We transformed the drainage area and turned it into a dry creek bed that looks like it has always been there. Here are some photos:

Rock Steps

We just got home from doing a project at our neighbor George's house on this cold wet Spring morning. The project was to add stone steps from the porch to the founain area we had installed last year. Here are some photos:

Raleigh Hills Ranch

We have just finished our latest installation this week on a beautiful ranch in Raleigh Hills. The front yard had great bones to begin with, but the plantings were a study in garden salad. There were so many random perennials as well as river rock that made no sense at all. Our client used the Next Door app to invite neighbors to take river rock and any perennials they wanted. That sure made prep work much easier. A few plants did end up coming home with us too! The result is a very structured yard complimenting the ranch style. Here are some photos:

Cozy Den

Darin worked on this den room last December. Here are some photos. Custom upholstery on size specific frames allow the furnitings to flow nicely in this space with its angular walls. The low arms on this small sofa keep it from being too bulky and blocking the rest of the room. This armchair and ottoman typically done in leather has been upholstered in a warm velvet creating a cozy nook in front of the fire. A great place to read with its great light. This oversized bay accommodates two generous club chairs and tufted leather ottoman. Iron lamps cast light down for night time use. This central table is a great place to work or a card game. Here is a view of the entry with its new upholstered

Happy Valley Entry

Our client wanted to add some casual charm to their oversied front and side Entry areas. This is what we came up with. The side door has two box cones in round galvanized cattle troughs. The front door has box cones in pots that have been painted to match the house trim color. Matt made the console that is also painted to match the trim and has thick cedar top and shelf. The console also holds two metal lamps that come on at dusk. Galvanzied planters will host herbs and flowers this spring.

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