• Rocky Mountain Hardware
    We manufacture solid bronze architectural products.
  • Rocky Mountain Hardware
    Rocky Mountain is the leading manufacturer of solid bronze architectural products: door and cabinet hardware, sinks, faucets, lighting, tile and more. Handcrafted in Idaho, their products are cast of 100% recycled art grade bronze. Rocky Mountain Hardware began as a family owned distributor and showroom for other manufacturers' architectural hardware. Over time they began to notice a gap in the market, both in terms of style and the quality of the hardware's operation. They found that architects, designers, and builders from the upscale Sun Valley, Idaho market were repeatedly asking for something that just didn’t exist. That was the beginning of custom bronze work by Rocky Mountain Hardware. Whenever a need arose on a project for a particular type of hardware that just couldn't be found, the company created it. This grew into the realization that there was a market for a new line of hardware: a simple, handcrafted look that would work well in any home.
  • G Little Construction
    G. Little Construction brings a combination of professionalism and craftsmanship to each and every project, ensuring a positive experience and highly successful outcome. Services Provided: Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Garage Building, Green Building, Historic Building Conservation, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Home Restoration, Log Home Construction, New Home Construction, Pool House Design & Construction, Project Management Areas Served: Blyn, Chimacum, Marrowstone, Nordland, Port Hadlock, Port Hadlock-Irondale, Port Townsend, Sequim
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  • Ledge Lounger
    in-pool furniture and accessories
  • Moving Mountains
    Syrette Lew grew up in Hawaii and ended up on another island 5,000 miles away. With an industrial design degree, Lew moved to New York, where she spent years designing furniture for West Elm. In 2012, she began making jewelry and leather bags under the name Moving Mountains. A relationship milestone changed the purview of the studio. “I was sick of all the rustic, reclaimed wood in Brooklyn, so when my boyfriend moved in, I decided to make pieces that we’d actually want to live with,” she says. Her designs maintain a plainness that’s still emotionally resonant—the exaggerated proportions of a Windsor lounge chair imbue a playful sensibility; the Confetti credenza simplifies a flashy form while drawing attention from children and octogenarian alike. Last year, Lew’s first collection received the Editor’s Award for Craftsmanship at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York; in 2015, she’ll be exhibiting in the new downtown gallery Colony.