ABOUT NATE McDONALD
My name is Nate McDonald. I live in Snohomish Washington with my wife Sarah and our two boys, Charlie and Camden.
Since August of 2007 when I started my career with the Local 86 Ironworkers Union, I have logged more than 18,000 hours of experience working in the multiple scopes of the building trade including reinforcing steel, structural steel erection, architectural cladding, post tension systems, welding, pre-engineered stainless paneling, and tower crane erection and dismantle. My experience with home repair and remodeling began in 2010 when my wife and I traded labor and upgrades for rent in our first family home.
One thing that truly sets me apart from other craftsmen is that I will not show up simply to build and construct for a check -- I put my heart into my projects to perfect. My favorite finish mediums for expressing my skills as a craftsman are natural stone, live edge wood and butcher block, custom concept tile, and unique timeless finishes that set our projects apart from any other.
Intrigued and passion- driven with how the technical aspects of our world tick, I have always enjoyed working with my hands.
Hi I'm Sarah, and I've always had a passion for design. It started when I was a little girl. I would constantly re-design and decorate my room. Then I got a real job designing at Pottery Barn when I was in college. I loved helping people choose their home decor and learning about design. Since then, I've been busy being a full-time stay at home mom to two beautiful little boys. In my spare time, I have designed and decorated multiple rooms in our homes, and continued learning about design from my aunt who has worked at Pottery Barn for 10 plus years. Now, I am blessed to be able to work with clients designing their spaces while still maintaining the full time mom title.
My favorite jobs are bathrooms and kitchens and I love shopping on Etsy and browsing Pinterest for inspiration. I also love getting inspiration from Joanna Gaines designs whether that's watching Fixer Upper, or browsing their new line, Magnolia Homes, at Target. My strongest style of design is shabby chic or rustic farmhouse. Although I am happy to adapt to whatever style my clients desire, Nate and I are lucky to have each other -- I can design spaces, and he can build them! Nothing is too large or too small for us to achieve. We are on this journey together, and we are excited to see where it will go. Hey, we may even turn into the Pacific Northwest's premier remodeling and redesign company!
Nate and I are lucky to have each other -- I can design spaces, and he can build them! Nothing is too large or too small
for us to achieve.