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Becky Harris
Kirkwood Home Tour - by Becky Harris
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I like to idea of architectural salvage and stained glass in pocket doors.
pocket door: architectural salvage between kitchen and dining
pocket doors - with arch salvage as trim
They also offer an opportunity to incorporate architectural salvage and period-specific details to a historic house. They're heavy, so install them on sturdy hardware.
They also offer an opportunity to incorporate architectural salvage and period-specific details to a historic house. They're heavy, so install them on sturdy hardware.
“Pocket Stained glass instead of French doors to kitchen” — jayjay06
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Woodland garden 1
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ordinary, mundane gate when, with just a bit more effort, you could add something unexpected and unique? Scouring antique shops, import stores and architectural salvage warehouses can yield a treasure trove of possibilities.
ordinary, mundane gate when, with just a bit more effort, you could add something unexpected and unique? Scouring antique shops, import stores and architectural salvage warehouses can yield a treasure trove of possibilities
ordinary, mundane gate when, with just a bit more effort, you could add something unexpected and unique? Scouring antique shops, import stores and architectural salvage warehouses can yield a treasure trove of possibilities. More: Browse thousands of inspiring gates
“Add a gate. Bold transitions are desirable to make dramatic statements in some cases. Gates can be a” — ladybuffington
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Prospect Heights Brownstone
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Love the curtains idea. Consider scouting architectural salvage shops for vintage tubs for cheap.
Vintage tubs available on Craigs list or architectural salvage shops Have it professionally reglazed for $500 - $700
Source the bathtub carefully. One of the most expensive features of a new bathroom can be the biggest fixture of all: the bathtub. Gorgeous versions from upscale manufacturers can run more than $10,000. To get a similar look, check Craigslist or local architectural salvage shops
all: the bathtub. Gorgeous versions from upscale manufacturers can run more than $10,000. To get a similar look, check Craigslist or local architectural salvage shops for vintage tubs under $500. For $500 to $700 more, you can have it professionally reglazed to get it looking as good as new.
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Archiverde Landscape Architecture
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Crestwood
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The fence is our design. It's composed of new and reclaimed pieces scouted from Architectural Salvage in Dallas. We had a local fence builder manufacture it onsite. The finishing touch: a line of colorful finials that are 1-inch glass marbles.
This fence is composed of reclaimed pieces scouted from Architectural Salvage in Dallas. "These were
This fence is composed of reclaimed pieces scouted from Architectural Salvage in Dallas. "These were typically what was used to make front porch columns on houses in our area in the '50s and '60s," Bibb says. "We left
This fence is composed of reclaimed pieces scouted from Architectural Salvage in Dallas. "These were typically what was used to make front porch columns on houses in our area in the '50s and '60s," Bibb says. "We left the colors as found and welded them into a simple iron fence." The finishing touch:
“marbles top” — suzannewei
Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
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What's that green surround material? It looks like an architectural restoration piece made from an old Beaux Arts building ... maybe made of Copper or Brass? It's beautifully integrated into this small bathroom.
We found it at an architectural salvage store. We added custom copper panels to match on top and bottom so it would look like the whole wall was made of copper.
industrial salvage converted to beautiful bathroom vanity
salvaged copper piece from building re-purposed as bathroom wall & mirror
loft is in the powder room. It is a reclaimed architectural copper piece, salvaged from a building in upstate New York. Kim had extra copper pieces fabricated to extend the copper over the entire wall. "Because the mirror is at the scale of architecture and is of the scale of an old window opening, you
“Vent cover on ceiling” — janelleratliff
Gaspar's Construction
7 Reviews
Roanoke 4 Square
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A beautiful farm house style sink- is it salvaged or a reproduction?
stainless steel base. But we can conserve those natural resources and keep old lavs out of the landfill by seeking a salvaged porcelain sink; they're plentiful at architectural salvage shops. If the surface is a little grubby or matte, contact a local refinisher and request a low-VOC finish.More:Guides
way it's adorable. I really love the asymmetrical cabinet below as well. Tip: If you're looking for a vintage trough sink, check out local architectural salvage yards and antique stores. But be warned, the sink may have to be refinished (a sprayed-on enamel that won't last forever), and check with your
Salvaged porcelain sinks. Conventional porcelain sinks aren't bad — they're certainly durable, lasting a hundred years or more. And porcelain is largely made
“Lavadero” — Cecilia Jordan
Tess Fine
Bruce Rosenbaum
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Wall paint Frittata 123, Ceiling Architectural White 016, C2 Paint Desk/Island Nor'East Architectural Salvage
central workspace that feels true to the era of the home. Wall paint: Frittata 123, C2 Paint; ceiling paint: Architectural White 016, C2 Paint; printer's desk/island: Nor' East Architectural Salvage
ceiling paint: Architectural White 016, C2 Paint; printer's desk/island: Nor' East Architectural Salvage
Steampunk near Boston. In this Massachusetts Victorian, homeowner Bruce Rosenbaum embraces all things steampunk. He integrated modern technology, period pieces and architectural salvage throughout
“Steampunk look with a printers desk for an island” — harkerji
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Winter Cabin
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They were salvaged, but the originate from the Iron Shop (pine treads are custom).
not sure, but I think they were salvage
The stair in the photo is from Vermont Salvage. Custom wood treads were added on site. New spiral stair kits are available from The Iron Shop.
flooring is a variety of species, and the spiral staircase and blue kitchen cupboard were picked up at Vermont Salvage. The old doors and tub were purchased at Mason Brothers Architectural Salvage, and the bathroom sink is placed on an old metal grain feeder that Eric and Phiona picked up at an antiques
antique, it is actually new. The floor is reclaimed wood from a variety of species. The spiral staircase and blue kitchen cupboard are indeed architectural salvage. Who would have guessed?
“Stair” — 241linden
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