The Dragonfly Teahouse was built to last for generations and constructed with a conservation ethic. Inspired by traditional post and beam framing, using mortise and tenon joinery, the Dragonfly Teahouse also draws slightly from the Japanese style creating a powerful combination of robust elegance.
The Dragonfly Teahouse creates a uniquely beautiful space for contemplation or lively conversation among friends.
In a garden, by a pond, under a canopy of old-growth, or amongst a field of flowers, the Dragonfly Teahouse provides a unique experience for its guests. Whether at a wine tasting, sipping tea while reading your favorite novel, or doing your morning yoga while the sun rises over the Siskiyou Mountains, the Dragonfly Teahouse is the perfect space.
Sourcing from southern Oregon and northern California, the Dragonfly Teahouse is built largely of reclaimed timbers from the demolition of the Klamath Falls and McCloud mills, and sustainably harvested local timber.
Both the Klamath Falls and McCloud mills were built nearly 100 years ago from large old growth trees. With tight dense grain, the deep rich color of these re-sawn timbers reveals a quality of wood largely unavailable today. Many of the posts and beams reflect their rustic past with original peg and nail holes.
Only high quality materials were sourced. All wood was finished using the highest quality non-toxic product available from Heritage Natural Finishes.
Hardware was hand crafted by the Siskiyou Forge and Wild West Hardware.