Hint: It’s us!
The June 2018 issue of Sunset Magazine includes a full-length article covering a home that we feel so lucky to have worked, and continue to work, on. Located in Klickitat, WA, this particular project included construction of a main house, a separate guest cabin, a kayak shed, and an outdoor shower. We took on the project after one of the owners, Anthony, finished framing the main house with his Father. From there, we were introduced to Jenny Komenda, an incredibly talented and insightful designer based out of Phoenix, Arizona. We worked directly with her and her co-designer, Megan Evans, communicating long distance and sharing ideas throughout the project to ensure that we would properly build the vision that she had.
Sustain facilitated the interior construction of each space, utilizing our in-house team, our network of skilled subcontractors, and the help of Megan Evans to bring the owners’ visions to life. From drywall to flooring to tile to wall texture, we worked tirelessly to ensure the best quality of work possible. In addition, both the kayak shed and outdoor shower were designed by our founder Heith England, and rendered by our Lead Designer, Samantha Struck. Let’s hear it for teamwork!
We could go on and on about this project and how incredible it was to work with so many amazing designers, contractors, and clients. But we will let the article tell you the rest. We would like to extend a heartfelt THANK YOU to Chantal Lamers, Home Editor of Sunset Magazine; Jenny Komenda and Megan Evans, Designers Extraordinaire; Future Folk Supply Co. for their incredibly-detailed work, Mitch Banks for his impeccable carpentry, and the Milewski Family for trusting us with your incredible space. You can find more about this project here or find the Sunset article here.