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Manzanita: Wrap party + final images

The final push almost killed us. One week prior to the client’s arrival, we drove to the coast and managed, cleaned and assisted on the job site everyday for 12+ hours. The entire crew and Tod were amazing. Of course, we did it. Sleep deprived and half lucid.

As a wonderful gesture of her thanks to everyone who worked on this project, Renee held a party for all of the coastal workers at the beach house.

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Very happy with the final outcome, we decided to enter several of the spaces from this home into a design competition hosted by one of our favorite design blogs, Remodelista. Finalists will be announced on July 16th. Here is the link to check out all of the entries. Below are the images we entered:

Bathroom:

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Living Room:DSC_1121DSC_1116
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Bedroom:master-bedroomDSC_1204
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Dining Room:dining room 2 dining room DSC_1232 DSC_1235 copy

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update on manzanita project

sign on property for precision home and hardscape – general contractor and my company

 

the roof has been taking off, rain has intruded, the hole in the floor is where the old chimney was, the blue tape is the size of the new windows that will be installed soon.

 

we started sanding the beams so that we could see what happened when the stain was removed

all of the siding is removed now

 

the original tile floor in the entry which we intend to keep

 

 

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Don Tankersley Construction visit

While I have watched Don through various design/build projects over a 15 year period, his work never ceases to amaze me. Commercial – Blue Hour restaurant in Portland, Oregon, or residential – Gordon Thompson’s at Davis street, Lair Hill condo’s, or Maclaey View house, his latest project, a private residence on the Oregon Coast near Arch Cape was stunning to see in the early construction phase late July 2010.

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