Our House in Idaho
An aspen tree installed in our stairwell
A new side gate for RV parking
Cabinet Engraving Lower Detail. For more photos, see the Laser Engraving page.
We got tired of the recirculating microwave stove hood, so we added a vent to the outdoors.
The exterior vent hood. Exiting under the eaves means you don't have to worry about it getting blocked with snow.
Laundry chute under the kitchen sink. The lining is made from a simple sheet of 16" wide galvanized steel designed for ducting.
Livingroom Shelves made from closet doors.
Cube Lamp Overview. Made from solid steel and off-the-shelf square recessed residential LED lights, this stylish lamp really does light up the room. Currently hung from a scavanged tire snow chain.
Cube Lamp Innerview. The current setup is with three LED panels hardwired in paralel, but there is no reason you couldn't put in more, or add an Arduino controller to do interesting stuff with the intensity, or whatever.
Cube Lamp Underview. This is what the cube lamp looks like from directly underneath. It's quite bright!
Projector Mount. I actually made this for the Keyser house, but here it is installed at Meadow. Plywood, nylon straps, and drywall screws.
Projector Screen Mount. I actually made this for the Keyser house, but here it is installed at Meadow. Plywood, nylon straps, and drywall screws. These are painted white, but maybe I should use white screws as well?
There wasn't any place to stack firewood, so I put this up with some left-over roof shingles.
The Underside of the Patio Wood Shed, or roof? The beam was on discount at the local lumber yard because of the wild twist, but it didn't do any harm in this case.
We needed more room for storing firewood, so I added this small shed roof to the detached office.
We needed even more room to store lumber, so I welded these racks to the side car cover.
Meadow Basement Floorplan
Meadow Garage Floorplan
Meadow Main Floorplan
Meadow Main and Garage Floorplan