A New Home for Green Goose Renos
Green Goose Renos has a new home! Don’t fret—we’re still in Kimberley, BC. But last month we moved out to Meadowbrook where we have a huge barn to build things for you.
I was a little sad to move away from downtown Kimberley. It was nice being just a five-minute stumble from the Pedal and Tap (well, ten minutes once I’m weighed down with a belly-full of Hot Mess linguini).
But out here in Meadowbrook we have six acres of land, a lovely house, and—most notably for you—a MASSIVE barn in which James can build beautiful things. It’s an amazing place to be.
James has been hand-making more and more custom barn doors lately. With all that woodworking, he well and truly outgrew his workshop on Swan Avenue. There was sawdust and wrought-iron rails and door panels in every nook and cranny, and barely enough room to swing a saw. (Though you should never swing a saw.)
The barn at our new house includes five horse stables, one woodchopping area, and a big ol’ workshop space. It’s not the fanciest of places. It’s rough and ready to be covered in sawdust. But it’s a huge area where James can be creative.
Get nosey and check out the photos below. And scroll to the end for a sneak peek of a really unique barn door he just built in there.
And… here’s a sneak peak at the first barn door James built in his new workshop.
He installed it last week for an awesome client (also called Liz) who LOVES cycling. The wheels actually spin. How cool is that!
I’ll share a full post about this custom barn door soon, so check back to get the full down-low and some inspiration for your custom barn door design.
Thank you, Liz, for letting us have so much fun designing and hand-crafting this really unique barn door for your walk-in closet.
While you wait for the full post on this barn door, check out these beauties for more ideas.