We think of Live Edge as a bridge between distant worlds. On one side are the working forests of the Pacific Northwest. On the other side are those of us longing for a greater connection to the natural world. We work in a collaborative fashion with clients who understand that the products we sell are a tangible piece of natural history. We take great pride in producing specialty lumber orders, functional art, and unique public spaces. Our goal is to bring imagination, creativity, and inspiration to everything we do.
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Seattle Garden ShowThis year’s Seattle Flower and Garden Show at the end of February will feature our recent work with Marenakos Rock Center combining stone and timber. This is an exciting partnership for us, both artistically and professionally, as we explore new ideas with these very creative individuals. The beer and wine garden we are building together ...
Duwamish LonghouseLive Edge was honored to participate in the creation of the long-awaited Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center, located near the mouth of the Duwamish River. We collaborated with architect Byron Barnes to provide red and yellow cedar logs, beams, and lumber for the post and beam structure designed in the traditional Puget Salish Longhouse style. www.duwamishtribe.org/longhouse ...
Red Cedar BurlsIn February 2012 we stumbled on a once in a lifetime opportunity to salvage 250 old growth burls near Lake Quinault on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. These rare specimens, some more than a thousand years old, have ignited spirited conversations at Live Edge about how to best honor and use them. We will be displaying our ...