The Foothills Ranch Home (Brandt Residence) is complete and has been made in to a cozy and artful space by the owner. Please see the new page devoted to this project.
foothills ranch home
These are a few images provided by Randy Wheelock, the contractor on the Brandt Home.
Entry Door in Alder. BKP siding will darken to a rich grey in several months.
Living Area from Sun Room
Living and Sunroom Doors with BKP trim
Kitchen & Entry
Window trim and ledge detail at exposed concrete
BKP trim knot
Beautiful blues, reds and golds begin to add warmth to the Brandt Residence. The exterior siding will darken over the next several months to rich grey, while the interior paneling will be left natural. With time it, the deeper golden colors will come through to contrast the blues.
Sunroom Ceiling Paneling
Interior Ceiling Paneling
Exterior Beetle Kill Pine Siding
The Brandt Home is now fully sheathed and we are applying the facia boards with an aging solution, Eco Wood Treatment. The beetle kill pine is so expressive with this solution. It will darken similar to the images with the roofing samples. The roof and window frames will be Hemlock Green.
Brandt Home Living Area & Sun Room
Brandt Southern Exposure
Applying Beetle Kill Facia
Rusted Corrugated Steel with Hemlock Green Roof Sample
Eco treated Beetle Kill Siding with Hemlock Roof Sample (Brandt siding to be lapped)
Eco Wood Treatment on Beetle Kill Facia boards from Hester’s Lumber
The pavilion, built in June of 2012, is aging well to show the contrast of the glowing interior beetle kill pine and the exterior beetle kill pine that was treated with an aging solution. The cold rolled corrugated steel was left to rust naturally.
Is it time for another music festival yet? WinterGrass?