NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE (Click on Photos to Enlarge)

Winter 2007

In this issue of our newsletter, I would like to share with you some photos of the “natural creations” of “our” mason, Jim Saluto, of Saluto Masonry. While Jim is not an actual employee of our company, it sometimes seems as though he is or should be.  I have been working on projects with Jim for nearly 14 years. Since the birth of Natural Creations, Jim has assisted us with numerous hardscape projects, including the construction of various outdoor kitchens, fire pits, walls, patios and water features. I have a lot of respect for Jim’s work, although a little slow at times. I really appreciate his hands-on approach and willingness to trust my “eye.” Jim is a true craftsman and an artist. We are currently collaborating on some very nice pool projects, and I hope to continue working with Jim for a long time to come.

Thanks Jim, for all of your great effort in bringing our designs to life.

Sincerely, Troy

Please take a moment to study the photos below of Jim’s many “natural creations.”

(click on images to enlarge)

   
 

Custom designed stone & brick outdoor fireplace, with a cut stone hearth.


 
  Jim hard at work building an outdoor fire pit.


  Jim hard at work installing a flagstone patio.
   
  A man-made or natural waterfall?  

A view of a Moss Boulder waterfall, with spring flowering bulbs.


   
  A Moss Boulder waterfall becomes the focal point of this back yard landscape.   Which came first, the wall or the house? Jim recently installed this wall in the center island of this 20+ year old home.
   
  Custom stone grill cabinet, including a Viking Gas Grill, & a built-in charcoal grill.

  Custom grill cabinet with a refrigerator, for the client's pool side entertaining.
   
Custom stone & brick columns to accent the patio entry.  

 

 



 

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