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Middlesex County Project Designer for Home Additions and Remodeling
DBP offers a unique, project profile analysis, budget, and design process for homeowners planning an addition or renovation. Contact us to schedule a 15-minute phone call to discuss your next project!
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
Le Petit Chalet
gives the garden a unified, established feel. Lichen-encrusted stone retaining walls define edges, thresholds, and overlooks, and thick slabs of salvaged granite embedded in the earth provide gathering terraces and pathways. With balance restored, brilliant seasonal drama unfolds.
The front door was custom made to fit the exact look the clients were after. Check with building material salvage yards and shops...doors are easy to reclaim and most of the ones in the Seattle area have hundreds to choose from. Good luck in your search!
Global Living / Bluefish Home - Showroom
If we have to keep (salvage) the wood floors that are already in the house, this is the look to go for.
Dominique & Anne-Marie
Montreal. It took a year for Dominique Leroux and Anne-Marie McSween to completely revamp their triplex by repurposing pieces and using salvaged wood framing and materials; the result is an ecofriendly and beautifully rugged space.See more of this home
Poor House Interior Design
Studio and Office
at home. Design by Melissa Schmitt. Concrete conference table was heated with radiant heat mat to heat the space. Studio bookshelves created from salvaged timbers and large threaded rod. Photos by: Adrian Gregorutti
Mosby Building Arts
Modern Detached Garage
to create a new garage that matched and echoed the style of the home, from roof slope to brick color. Several pieces from the original garage were salvaged to be used on and around the new detached garage. New landscaping was part of this design-build project by Mosby Building Arts. Photos by Mosby Building
Greenwich Village Townhouse
shutters on the kitchen floor. A sculptural bronze and mirrored screen was designed by Axis Mundi to create an entrance foyer, using cast glass that was salvaged from Gio Ponti’s Alitalia showroom on Fifth Avenue. A chandelier was created with glass from the same project, all superbly fabricated by Urban Archeology