Meet carpenter, Jeff Devlin. We love Jeff so much, we invited him to take over our Instagram this week. He kindly obliged. Watch to learn more about him and his journey with carpentry, and show him some love this week on the @woodnaturally Instagram channel here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Happy #EarthDay to our beautiful home afloat in the cosmos! Did you know wood decks store carbon, making for a much lower carbon footprint in comparison with composite alternatives? Learn why wood is the better environmental choice.
The Living Future Institute is calling this home "the greenest of them all" as the first residential project to earn a living building certification. Learn about the rigorous standards the Desert Rain House had to meet in order to make the cut.
This cedar home was built for an active couple who used natural materials to create a home they felt could keep up with their rugged style. Don't miss the stunning view of Lake Washington from their roof deck!
In addition to the green building movement, people are building their homes with a health-first approach. Explore these simple design changes to reduce stress and improve overall health. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Although blowing that tax refund on a trip to Hawaii sounds tempting, consider reinvesting those funds in your home to boost ROI. Remodeling Magazine's 2017 Cost vs. Value analysis reports adding a wood deck is a great way to maximize resale value while minimizing cost. It's also a great way to enjoy a BBQ and kick back with friends.
Has the 'For Sale' sign been camped out in your front yard for too long? Why not try staging your living areas to help your home's future owner feel more... well, at home. For inspiration, check out how designer Emily Henderson styled her house when it went on the market.
Know Your Wood: Eastern White Pine has a fine grain and offers designers an endless variety of looks for any style of home. Its versatility and ready availability make it an easy pick for both interior and exterior projects.