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post #1 of 8 Old 03-19-2010, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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Hello Fellow Artisans, I am a new member from Central Idaho

I go by roughnrustic within the forum, which pinpoints what i do. 99% of the jobs i do are rustic. I live & work in a mountainous/touristy community, so most people who live here and visit really like the whole rustic style, so i have over time specialized in this style & i love it. I design & build a large spectrum, from single pieces of furniture to full on interiors & exteriors residential & commercial. I just completed a resturaunt interior (fun!)
I also collect burled wood/logs native to this area (pine,fur,spruce,aspen) i use it in my own projects but also sell it in raw log form, slabbed or whatever cut is requested.

thanks for readin my intro...CHEERS!

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Welcome to the site! How about some photos? I'd love to see some of your interiors!
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Welcome from Texas !!!

Welcome to the forum.
I love the rustic stuff. Thanks for sharing.

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post #4 of 8 Old 03-22-2010, 01:16 PM
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Welcome to the forum, are you familiar with the Kamiah Grangeville area?
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Welcome aboard. Rule here is "no pics, it didn't happen", so let's see some of your work.

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pics soon!

i'll have some pics soon! thanks for the replies.

the grangeville/kamiah area is just north of me bout 1.5 hrs drive (little further to kamiah). nice area!
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Welcome to the forum

...and hurry up with the pics. We dont see too much rustic here.
BTW, if you have a website, you can make it part of your signature.

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got some pics up!

i got some pics of a cabin interior downloaded to see. i will put more as i have time.

thanks all!

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