- Renovation in Golden, BC. Features curves based on golden ratio, pine trees as supporting posts, custom kitchen, walnut cabinets with concrete counter tops.Whitetooth Bistro feature wall with stacked cordwood style fir log rounds. Funky burnt tree and patina'd copper shadow.Major face lift for this award-winning restaurant. Hardwood floors; timber frame ceiling with removable burnt fir panels; table tops are cut from one huge slab of fir tree.Fir table with local driftwood base protruding through table top to lazy-susan.My Mum's backyard in NSW, Australia. Outdoor kitchen fireplace and entertainment area. Wrap around railway ties retaining wall/benches and mosaic of recycled concrete slabs. The stone work is a beautiful tribute to the childhood memories from 20 years of my Mother building a house of stone.Features large local stones as a base/ foundation. Stones collected from local river banks. Curved concrete bar with inlaid fossil and large fire pit. Good times!One day I wanted a pizza oven. So I built one :-)Custom concrete sink with inlaid tile. Mirror is recycled old window frame.Features wave design as a fractal of shingles.Locally hand-picked rock used to design this fireplace featuring nautilus shell fossil and cedar driftwood wrap-around mantle.This is a kitchen extension. Features curved ceilings supported with structural Fir beam and a funky Birch post that is accented with a spot light. Concrete counter-top is scribed around the Birch tree. An Elm wood counter merges into the concrete counter-top.Huge driftwood stump sourced at the beach-front property in Panama at the Playa Vanao Hostel. Notched in some slabs for their feature spiral staircase.A few trees and rustic pallets used to cap the ends of the booths.Driftwood chandelier that ties in with the bar facing. The bar top made from two mirror-image curved slabs of Fir which lead into the coffee station, which features concrete-counter tops and rusty metal cabinet door inlays.Self-serve drinking water station features a sink made from a tree-burl sourced locally.Freecycled light feature using driftwood and stainless steel salad bowl.Back deck, reclaimed Cedar decking, rap around Fir stairs and driftwood pagolaFront porch, timber famed Fir post and beam with Birch picketsMixed media countertops - elk wood, concrete & tree postThis Albesia tree grew in this shape and I saved this stump from being chipped into mulch. I gave it some love and turned it into a beautiful side-table with interior light. I gifted it to Susan Nash (wife of Graham Nash from 'Crosby, Stills & Nash') for her birthday.Luke's home in Sydney, Aus.Custom Cedar vanity, floor to ceiling white tile with inlay mirror. Mosaic feature tile.Custom double vanity with maple cabinets and concrete counters featuring a restored claw-foot tub.This is the bathroom renovation for our 31-foot Airstream Trailer which features a driftwood cedar bench-top slab runs through the glass into the shower. We fully gutted and renovated the Airstream, for more photos please visit www.customairstream.weebly.comCarved a pelican for my mum, shell and beach glass inlay for the eye.Brother Leaf's kitchen in Panama. Bit of this, bit of that. Funky, rustic and colourful.This table came to when my kids and i came across this iron wood driftwood root stump that washed up at the beautiful Hanalei Bay, Kauai. It was all ready a piece art! Now to make it functional art. A table came to mind with this solid base, and the stumb to protrude through the top, so the end grain or growth rings would be exposed. The reclaimed slab top is Monkey Pod or Raintree.Natural live-edged Monkey Pod slabs are scribed together and frame the mosaic of lava stones that I cut into hexagonal pieces. Top is finished off with a natural resin.