Thousands of timbers and planks salvaged from demolition in distant places find a second life as timber framing material at San Juan Timberwrights.
Author Archive | Tammy McDowell
When you walk into the Great Room, the beauty of the beams just takes your breath away. The X-shaped scissor beams of recycled Douglas fir with inlays of redwood and decorative carvings pull your eyes immediately to the room’s vaulted ceiling. Only after that do you notice the fabulous window views south to Navajo Lake. […]
A plane crash landed Easterner Michael McQuinn in a Durango, Colorado, hospital. He had no idea that the accident would change his life forever—right down to where he and his family would live.
Nestled along the bank of the Gunnison River in southwestern Colorado stands a Scandinavian-styled timber frame home of stucco with clean lines and fine wood details. Though relatively new in its construction and appearance, at the heart of this picturesque escape is an old soul of recycled timbers from industrial structures long forgotten and laid […]