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Here is a small offering of projects that Molding Mud has completed that range form tub surrounds to reception counters.

Hatch Bar and Restaurant

The edge detail for the bar.
The tequila bar at Hatch.
The client wanted the rustic edge details that tied in with the bar.
 
All of the dining tables are concrete as well.

Project- 2014

Hatch Restaurant and Tequila bar was a fun project. The client and interior designer wanted and old world rustic look from the concrete. After playing around with several edge details we went with a complex detail and rivet pattern on the bar and a complementing design on the tables both square and round. The end result was a success.

 

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3 Creek

The 3 piece tub surround carried in to the shower to create the bench.
Fabric formed counter with integral sink
Interior edges of the tub surround were sloped to follow the contour of the tub.
Shower bench.
Shelf top and counter
Slot drained sink
Kitchen counter

Project- 2014

This stunning private residence on the 3 Creek Golf Course in Jackson Hole WY  consisted of concrete in multiple rooms. The master bath has a full tub surround that carried into the shower and also a fabric formed counter with integral sink. Concrete was also used in the kitchen, guest bath and floors.

 

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Elk Camp

Fireplace hearth
Teak tub with concrete surround that carried in to the walk in shower
Concrete counter, large floor tiles and base trim
Concrete shower nooks
Concrete shower bench and base with a teak floor
concrete make-up station and base trim

Project- 2013

This monster of a house sits across from the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, WY. Concrete was not only used in many traditional areas like counters and sinks but also as base trim, door jams, shelving, wall panels, tile and shower nooks through out the house. Dave and his team were able to work closely with the New York based Architect and the Jackson Hole based builder to achieve what the client desired.

 

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Broadway Jackson Hole

Free flowing receptionist desk.
Is that really concrete? The statement heard most often around the reception area.
Close up of the flow

Project- 2013

The client at the Raymond James Investment office wanted a dramatic entry piece that caught the eyes of their clients. MM designed a flowing fabric look for the receptionist desk.

 

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Indian Springs

Outdoor table with a radius front edge to follow the contour of the deck it sits on
Colors were chosen to tie in with the trim and wood colors through out the residence. Stools are heavy enough to not move from the strong winds on the hillside but light enough that they can be moved around by one person
The design was carried onto the edges
The front door was the basis of the design.

Project- 2014

The client on this project wanted a table created for outdoor seating and catering. The client wanted to incorporate a particular feature of a branch that was featured in many places throughout the residence. The end result was a beautiful outdoor seating area that tied in nicely with the house.

 

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Blue Crane

Rustic counter with integral bowl sink
The raw natural look of the concrete
The piece was ground to expose various sizes of aggregate and stained to achieve the desired look
Large trough sink with steel tile backspalsh
7' long trough sink
A look at the inside of the sink.

Project- 2014

The Blue Crane Residence in the 3 Creek Golf Course Jackson Hole, WY was a challenging project. Dave worked closely with the interior designer to give the pieces an aged and rustic look but still be fully functional. The colors on the trough sink were achieved through many different colors stain.

 

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Teton Pines

The continuous rolling sink kept the on piece feel but offered 5 different washing stations
We decided to use a slot drain on this sink to keep the overall look clean
At 13' long with a 10" face this was one of the largest sinks we have ever built in one piece

Project- 2013

It took a window removal and a moving crew to get the sink in but it was worth it. The 1 piece, 12 foot long, 5 trough slot drained sink is in the men’s locker room at the Teton Pines Golf Course in Jackson Hole, WY. The management wanted something that nobody else had in Wyoming, Dave and his crew were glad to oblige.

 

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Quadland

2 1/2" thick with small aggregate exposed
MM used an aggregate that tied in with the stone floor tile
The mass of the counters went well with the large kitchen layout

Project- 2013

The Quadland Residence featured massive 3″ thick counter tops with exposed aggregate. The massiveness complimented the size of the kitchen nicely.

 

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Illusion sink

 
 
 

 Project- 2013

The client wanted a copper colored patina look withe a rock feel. A chiseled edge pattern was chosen with smooth tops. The color was achieved through stains.

 

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Bistro

Outdoor dining table with built in fire pit
Huge rounded edges with small aggregate exposed
Outdoor bar with eased front edge
Medium aggregate exposed and polished .
Seamless rim around the fire pit
Rounded edges
The fire put off just the right amount of light and heat for night time summer dining in Jackson Hole

Project- 2013

When Rendezvous Bistro in Jackson Hole WY added an exterior deck on they needed it done quickly due to having a short outdoor building period between the end of winter wanting to open it to the public. This project was completed  in less than two weeks. The outdoor bar and table was a hit and consistently packed throughout the summer.

 

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Melvin Brewing

Random seams and shape
The 2" thick tops tied in nicely with the raw steel face
Two kegs were incorporated into the design
 
 
 

Project- 2014

With the explosion in popularity of Melvin Brewing and Thai Me Up due to winning the best IPA at the GABF and then World Cup they needed a new bar to accommodate the beer seeking crowds. Dave and his crew worked with the designer to create this crazily shaped bar withe a wild seam pattern.

 

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Teton Village

Concrete wall panels, backs plash, sink and shelves.
Concrete tile on main floor and in shower, door jams, shelf and counter
Concrete tub surround, trim, door jamb, nook shelves and tile
Concrete wall panels, back splash and shelves
Concrete ramp sink with slot drain
Concrete shower nook shelves and sides
Tub surround with eased edges

 Project- 2013

The client wanted a clean and custom look in the bathrooms throughout the house. Dave and his team supplied tile, tub surrounds, door jams, and sinks.

 

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Shadow Dance

 
Shadow Dance Project
 
Shadow Dance Project
Shadow Dance Project
 
Shadow Dance Project
 

Project- 2016

 

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Hohman

 
 
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Hohman

Project- 2016

 

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Outdoor Kitchen

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Project- 2016

 

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Boise Foothills

 
 
 
 
 

Project- 2017

We were excited to be chosen for this project. The owner and interior designer wanted a large master concrete counter and shower. We supplied a 12 foot long counter with integral sink and massive concrete shower panels for a very clean modern look. We then added on three fire tables to compliment the view from the hillside overlooking Boise.

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