Client Projects

Client projects! 

We LOVE it when our clients share their photos of their projects with us! It's amazing to see what people do with the wood we salvage!  

This amazing shelving system was created by our new neighbor, Doug at Plank & Grain, an amazing business building incredible pieces! We were honored to provide the beautiful reclaimed wood for this project! 


A BEAUTIFUL accent wall created by one of our clients out of old-growth Douglas fir 1x4 tongue and groove!

Beautiful reclaimed 1x8 shiplap siding- using the purlin boards from the Brown Rd. Chicken Coop. At a home in Snohomish.

Super-Awesome fence made from our reclaimed corrugated metal roofing!

Our gorgeous wood in Bellevue Square City Sweats Spa!

 Incredible ceiling created by Corry Morris ( at a Spanish-Style estate in Kenmore. Used a mix of our 1x4 and 1x6 t&g barn loft flooring, and our 1x12 barn siding boards to wrap the beams. LOVE it!

Gorgeous furniture created from our 1x4 t&g loft flooring, planed, with custom welded accents. Absolutely lovely! '


An AMAZING patio project made using some of our true 2x6 boards from Olson Rd, and our reclaimed metal roofing!


Shiplap exterior

 Here is an exterior application of our 8 3/4" face shiplap, Installed by a client who invests and flips homes. 1x6 Island bar

 1x6 kitchen island bar

Here you see the results from a client who took our rough- cut, 1x6 purlin boards from the Olson barn, and used them to accent his kitchen island, looking particularly amazing with the granite waterfall counter!

Seattle conference table

This is an incredible set of large conference tables and desks, built by a very talented pair, using our reclaimed old-growth Douglas Fir 2x12s. These all grace the office space in the old Rainier building in Seattle! 

A favorite client, Randy, created these gorgeous doors using our true 2x6 rafter boards from the Olson barn! The grain pattern is unmistakable. His client was so pleased,  she called them "works of art". She wasn't wrong!! 

Here you see an AMAZING project competed by a client,  using our weathered Red dutch lap siding, salvaged from Eden Farms in Snohomish! Love it!


Above photos: beautiful use of our reclaimed barn wood all over this home renovation! Our 7" wide face ship lap, painted dark grey, makes a beautiful wainscoting, with natural 1x6 trim boards around the doors and baseboards, and a beautiful, chunky true 2x4 from the Sumas decon acts as a perfect ledge shelf all around the top of the ship lap! 

The true statement piece here in the master bathroom is a custom-built vanity, made SO perfectly by Doug from Plank and Grain (again!) for me, as a surprise for Tara (the homeowner). The incredible grain and exceptional character in the old-growth Douglas Fir dimensional lumber, salvaged from the 1900 Avon gymnasium barn, are highlighted with such skill, the piece really just takes your breath away! 

Then we have a barn-wood wrapped beam with trim on the sides, creating a beautifully framed transition from the living room to the kitchen! Stay tuned for photos of floating shelves she installed in the kitchen! 

Close-ups of the gorgeous vanity I commissioned to be made by Doug Wargo from Plank and Grain. He did SUCH a great job! All with beautiful 2x4s, 2x6's and 2x8s from the Avon gym! 

A shower wall created using our 1x4 tongue and groove from the Avon gym, also done by Doug from Plank and Grain, in his own home! 

Gorgeous, true 1x6's from the walls of the locker room in the Avon gym, sanded and stained to be transformed into gorgeous window sills! (Tara's reno project!)

True 2x6 rafters from 1905 Olson barn, turned into a beautiful railing by a Seattle contractor in his client's home. 

A client of ours picked out three beautiful 4x6 beams from the Avon Gym on-site, and we delivered them to her home in Bellingham the following Saturday. She carved out large grooves by hand to "wrap" them around the walls and ceiling to frame an opening in her new house. Great job! 

A gorgeous, AFFORDABLE accent wall created by a client who wasn't afraid to work for it! He used our most budget-friendly material, naily boards, to create this look and it sure doesn't disappoint!