Cozy Cabin

Herb & Linda's Kings Valley Cabin

A small charming cabin that meets Benton County’s minimum 400 square foot size, but is still very comfortable to live in.

“Thank you for your work last summer. We continue to give out glowing recommendations!”

Herb and Linda Crew, Corvallis

Project Details

Rustic Cabin Feel

We mounted a farmhouse faucet and a new oval sink to a reclaimed desk (that Linda found) to mix new functionality with rustic charm.

Personal Touches

Indoors the main room has vaulted ceilings, reclaimed wood for beadboard and ceiling paneling, custom drywall texture by Linda, antique sinks and cabinetry, marmoleum flooring, extra insulation and a high efficiency ductless heat pump.

Remote Benton County Building Sites

We have the experience to build in remote parts of Benton County. Our goal was to get as much of the construction done before the rains made the access road impassable to large trucks. We poured the foundation on an expedited contract and agreed on the rest of the details in early October. The framing and roofing proceeded quickly followed by the windows, siding and decking. By pushing to get the cabin “dried-in” before the rains started, we were able to proceed with the interior drywall and trim during the winter.

What our Clients are Saying

“Excellent attention to detail, aesthetics, and quality before, during, and after the (bathroom remodeling) process.”

Liz Pearce, Corvallis

“G. Christianson Construction did a wonderful job of remodeling our kitchen and family room in 2011. The Christianson workers and all of the subcontractors did excellent work and were a pleasure to work with. This summer they are adding a new ground floor bedroom suite...”

Paul and Doris deLespinasse, Corvallis

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“As a perfectionist, with a background in art, I clearly knew what I wanted for my remodel. G. Christianson Construction exceeded my expectations. We can’t say enough about their team especially Alejandro, Gavin, Carl, and Ben were all remarkably respectful and helpful. ”

Marisabel Gouverneur & Norm Nelson, Albany

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