Recent Project: handcrafted teak garden pergolas

grapes on pergola

This solid teak pergola is 10x10 (largest size currently available in sustainable teak). Our teak has a distinctive grain and a nice honey finish, that looks similar to clear stained fir. This piece has artistic hand carved details throughout. Very heavy timbers. Teak weathers to a fine silver finish.

Click the picture below to see a larger version. Several were delivered in the Seattle, Portland, Houston and NYC areas in 2010.

Prices on these teak pergolas ranged from $2500-$3500 plus delivery charges (see "Container Program" links on right)

Our specialty is supplying full containers of assorted, artisan crafted architectural wood items to projects. See the contact page for more information on the possibilities.

Pergola / West Seattle

Posted by Kevin on March 7, 2011  •   • 

Overview (Click for Larger)



⇒ Here is a link to the design plans / assembly instructions for this pergola.

Pergola 2

Here is another pergola design under construcion. This unit is made of Bengkirai wood.




About these Pergolas and Arbors

Posted by Kevin on July 7, 2011  •   • 

These pergolas (grape or vine arbors) are in stock on Vashon Island and ready for immediate delivery.

  • Made of sustainable Teak / Shorea hardwoods.
  • You should provide a suitable concrete pad or other pillar for the legs to sit on.
    Although these woods species are especially rot resistant, no wood should be in direct ground contact.
  • Pre-stained, but it is traditional to let it weather out to a delightful silver grey.
  • Sold in easy to assemble knock down form. We do not provide assembly services, but are happy offer advice and assistance to you or your builder. It takes about 3 hours to assemble your pergola using normal hand tools. Two people are fine, however having a third person or inexpensive hand lift on hand for the final tip up is useful.

Please contact us for further information, or to place an order.

Cascade Chalet

Click here for our contact information.
We're located on Vashon Island near Seattle.