Can you see the entry door? Vertical pine wraps the whole entry area and disguises the door where only the handle gives it away. We used nine pieces of dimensional lumber and rotated them on an angle to allow you to see the view when entering but gives privacy to the neighbours.
This amazing sliding door from Innotech windows lift and slides with ease but is huge and size and allows for views all the way to the Sunshine Coast. We poured a brand new concrete slab for the exterior deck and Marquis Glass installed a beautiful seamless glass railing that makes for amazing sunsets and entertaining in the summer.
This modern wet bar by Lepik Design features an ice box, hardly noticeable hidden drawers, and pull out drawers built into the wall above for wine, glassware, or anything else you can think of to make delicious drinks. The thin metal shelves made by Jamfab Manufacturing are a really cool feature that are strong enough to hold anything, but take up very little of the wall, adding to the modern design of the wet bar.
We gave the exterior of the house a complete overhaul, installing all new windows by Innotech Windows and cedar siding to mimic Japanese Shou Shugi Ban charred wood. Fisher Coatings runs the cedar through a machine that uses steel bristles which really brings out the grain in the cedar then stains it black. We alternated the siding randomly between 1×4 and 1×6 to give it texture. When the sun hits it on an angle, you can see all the contours or the wood which looks amazing. You can also see the contrast of the black siding and natural pine in the entry, which gives this home a warm but very modern feel.