This adorable little free library mini-me with it's matching dormers, siding, 3D printed windows and doors was shipped to Cary, North Carolina, and installed on Awesome Street!
We shipped this all brick little library with it's rounded door to Davenport, Iowa!
This two-story library, known as the "Wellesley Little Library" was shipped to a girl scout troop in Richmond, Virginia. We used miniature lap siding for the lower sides and 3D printed the gable and upper side details.
This cute little number was installed in Pioneer Plaza (next door to Subway) in Davenport, Washington, by Dylan Holbrook as part of his Eagle Scout Project. Dylan said it was his "goal with this project to bring back the fun, and availability of reading." A very commendable young man!
We sold these three from our booth at the Garden Expo held on May 12th at the Spokane Community College.
These two went to the West Hills Christian School in Portland, Oregon. One for a fundraiser and the other for the school. The Hollyhocks were hand painted by artist Ellen Evans of Harrington, Washington.
We installed this library among the plants on the clients' retaining wall at east 11th Street in Spokane, Washington. We matched the roof slope, rafters, shake siding and 3D printed an exact duplicate of the gable window.
We did some touch up work on the Little Free Library and Seed Exchange, Poetry/Bulletin Board, and three flip lid boxes, all previously installed at the Inland Empire Gardeners club in Spokane, Washington.
This was an upgrade for a previous customer on Jackson Street in Spokane, Washington. We used a 3D printed overlay on the plexiglass to match her beautiful bay window.
It was an absolute pleasure building a mini-me of this majestic Victorian home on Sanchez Street in San Francisco. One of our best works to date, we were able to perfectly duplicate the ornate detail work using a 3D printer and even found a matching vintage whale weather vane on Ebay. This is a must see if you're ever in the area.
This two-story library was installed at Salk Middle School in Spokane, Washington. Also in the photo is Michele Meek, the school's new librarian, who instigated the project. We included a vase on each side of the library for floral arrangements that can be changed with the season. At the time of install it contained purple and orange flowers with eyeballs. Go Spartans!
With it's matching hip roof, lap siding and 3D printed vent, this library made a very unique and unexpected baby shower gift for an adorable couple in Seattle, Washington.
One of two libraries commissioned by the Eagle Ridge Homeowners Association to match an existing playhouse, this unique library was installed in the Whispering Pines Park in Spokane, Washington.
This second library commissioned by the Eagle Ridge Homeowners Association, also designed to match an existing playhouse, was installed in the Forest Ridge Park located within the Eagle Ridge Community in Spokane, Washington.