Monthly Archives: December 2013

Repurposed antique windows

We found these cute exterior windows at an antique store, and decided to use them inside our house, as a wall divider. I like to give old things a new purpose. (Make your jokes here Uncle Steve, I know you … Continue reading

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Recycled table

This table top made it out of the house that burned down back in 2000. We “aged” it further and stained it. It’s now our bar top on the island.

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Interior walls

Our son’s Trevor and Parker helping us hang the interior walls.

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No Sheetrock please

I had a huge favor to ask of Bob, “no Sheetrock on our walls, please”. He found this farmers barn siding that is usually used for exteriors. We are using it as our board for a board and batten look … Continue reading

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Really cool bathroom counter

Custom made by yours truly, Bob Dyer, a stainless steel bathroom countertop that is cantilevered from the wall. I like how the underside floorspace can now be used for useful and creative things. Sink and faucet are from Ikea.

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It’s a bar!!

The walls are made from 100 year old wood. End pieces left over from a friends build. The metal roof is tiny corrugated from the salvage yard. The expanded metal shelves and wooden shelf brackets are custom DyerMetalWorks, of course. … Continue reading

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No Xbox here, see what happens?

Awe, the creative minds of hard working young men. We gave our sons, and their friends that were with us, the task of rigging whatever vice or vices they needed to get two large stacks of firewood from the front … Continue reading

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