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Pole Pass Retreat

Pole Pass Retreat is the name of our latest dream retreat, nestled into a dense, wooded shoreline site, in the beautiful San Juan Islands in Washington. Designed by renown architect Tom Kundig, the waterfront house can be completely open (with a hand-cranked wheel) in the warmer months creating an expansive indoor/outdoor living space with spectacular views.



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NORTHSHORE CABIN | Image

NORTHSHORE CABIN

This modern take on a log cabin is simple, stylish and takes advantage of of an idyllic lakeside setting. Designed by Pearson Design Group, this amazing vacation retreat by the water is composed by a two-bedroom main house and a one-room boathouse-style studio that connects to the water with a deck that leads to a dock. Both buildings feature lake-facing walls of glass that offer views encompassing forest, wetlands, water and mountains. Inside the house, the materia...
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DOVETAIL VINYL STORAGE CABINET | Image

DOVETAIL VINYL STORAGE CABINET

The Dovetail Cabinet by Symbol Audio, is ideal for avid record collectors, the perfect option for vinyl storage, allowing you to easily flip through an entire record collection. The elegant cabinet can be configured however you please, going from a single cabinet (stores up to 100 LPs) to a dresser sized combination which will hold up to 1,000 LPs. Each crate is handcrafted from thick locally sourced solid Walnut or White Oak, and has exposed English dovetail joiner...
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STORY POOL HOUSE | BY LAKE FLATO ARCHITECTS | Image

STORY POOL HOUSE | BY LAKE FLATO ARCHITECTS

The Story Pool House is exactly what its name suggests, a beautiful hang out by the pool. Designed by Lake Flato Architects, the open air pavilion serves as a "sunrise to sunset” living room. Located in sunny Texas, the shelter is made from Texas limestone, steel, and wood, providing a shade from the scorching sun. The hideaway includes a kitchen, dining area, bath, and storage area. Also, a private deck under the vine covered arbor for the trailer and an inviting p...
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