Jones Cabin

This was a fun project for us. Other than the main ceiling, all the woodwork in this cabin came out of our shop.
Let’s start with the floors. We brought in unfinished, partially planed 5” white oak. We left in about 40% of the saw marks, then added more distress with a log chain & hatchet.
The cabinets were built with #2 white oak with added distress, and reclaimed barn tin for the panels.
Bathroom cabinets were made from reclaimed wood & reclaimed barn tin.
The red wall. The client wanted us to try replicating a barn wall. So we used rough sawn #2 white oak & sanded it to smooth to touch before starting the painting process.
The walls in the rest of the cabin is 8” carr siding. Jenny worked with the client to get the exact colors she wanted. Jenny also faux painted the exterior doors to match the walls.
Last but not least, the log stairway. This was our first attempt at building from logs. Lots of head scratching, but we’re really proud of how the stairs & handrails turned out.