Custom projects are always welcome! No job is too small. 

For quality woodwork, Rockstar Remodel frequents Woodcrafters, a local Portland business with premium products. For more custom projects, Rockstar Remodel has also been known to use salvaged wood.

The client sent a photo of a rustic door that she liked and had also seen at a local bar. Using those examples, Rockstar Remodel built this door from scratch and refinished the door frames to match. Please check out the Bathrooms photo gallery of the matching vanity also built from scratch.

This is a custom vanity with countertop built to fit space and match a photo representation. 

This is a custom vanity with countertop built to fit space and match a photo representation. 

In an early 1900s Portland-style house, there was a chimney built into the center that no longer worked. When Rockstar Remodel removed the chimney, there was extra space in the wall to build a custom built-in cabinet in the bathroom (along with the extra spaces and living areas in other rooms).

The client wanted a custom cabinet that would fit specific binders on the bottom shelf and adjustable shelves above for books and other items.

This client wanted cabinet doors to match the existing lower doors.

After adding lattice to an existing fence for added privacy and security, Rockstar Remodel used some of the leftover lattice to make a Eiffel Tower trellis for the tomato vines to climb.

While doing concrete repair work at the Writers' Dojo, an oasis for writers to go for quiet space to work in, Rockstar Remodel hand drew the business name into the concrete so it would be easier to locate for patrons. 

These custom distressed-styled frames were made using wood from a shipping palette. The desired effect for the upper frame was less distress than the below frame.