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Rainier Shade retractable awning featured in Tiny House Nation on A&E, Episode 6 of season 5 – Two Turntables and a Tiny House
Zack and John are in cowboy country as they set out to help a family of four who are preparing to move out of their large house near Dallas and into a tiny house. First-time homeowners Tony and Lori have two young sons who are growing fast, so John and Zack set out to maximize every square inch of space. But when they learn that the kids are homeschooled and that Tony has a sentimental record collection he just can’t part with, they’ll have to find new ways make this tiny house fit for this fun-loving family.
Watch the episode here
Rainier Shade has been featured in the 2018 Northwest Idea House presented by South Sound Magazine and 425 Magazine in the November editions of both publications.
They teamed up with Zetterberg Custom Homes for its annual Northwest Idea House. The beautiful home features the newest and best ideas in building and innovation, including our power screens and retractable awnings.
Our power screens allow for indoor-outdoor living. We enclosed the outdoor kitchen space for entertaining year round.
Our retractable awning provides shade over the patio, creating an outdoor oasis that can be enjoyed even on hot summer days.
For more about the project, please visit https://southsoundmag.com/modern-meets-farmhouse
Rainier Shade was featured at the first ever Dallas Showhouse hosted by Traditional Home magazine! This was created by Texas real estate developer Paul Moss’ Marina Bay Development Corp., and his wife, well known designer and TV host Donna Moss.
The home featured high end home products, including Rainier Screens.
Even better, the event benefited a great cause and the proceeds from selling the house will go to the Alzheimer’s Association. The association is committed to eliminating the disease, including care and support for those with Alzheimer’s, and reducing the risk of dementia by promoting brain health.
We are proud and humbled to have been part of this event that benefits such a great cause, and one that affects so many people. Creators Paul and Donna Moss both had parents affected by the disease. Rainier owner Scott Campbell’s father who previously owned Rainier, Robert Campbell, also had Alzheimer’s.
Rainier donated the screens that were featured, and our dealer Southwest Shade Solutions in Dallas donated the installation by their expert crew.