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microhouse
5 Reviews
Microhouse fremont cottage - reclaimed fir cabinets
Ideabooks4,884
Questions8
Think about the environment in visualizing your kitchen and give it a gorgeous rustic look at the same time! These cabinets were built onsite from salvaged Douglas fir.
by famed architecture firm Greene and Greene, they also put a huge emphasis on reclaimed materials. "Using reclaimed woods saved on material costs, but added a lot of time," Parker says. Reclaimed fir was used for the cabinetry, shelving and window frames. The flooring is made of salvaged oak topnail
Salvaged wood. The most sustainable option, salvaged wood delivers richness and personality with its history. Seek out wood with a story that you will enjoy sharing with its admirers. This sunny kitchen is outfitted with salvaged Douglas fir cabinets built onsite.
“light wood cabinets” — lisammusi
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Atlanta Bungalow Renovation
Ideabooks1,687
Questions5
focused on updating the home for modern living while remaining true to the home’s historic architectural character. Crown molding was custom milled to match the original woodwork and ladder doors were salvaged from houses of the same era in nearby neighborhoods. A new kitchen, master bath and office
office nook incorporate period materials and details, while heart pine beams, original to the home, were salvaged and re-used as kitchen countertops. Once dark and dated, the restored home has an air of authenticity, incorporating the best of what is new while reclaiming and enhancing the charm of the past
HEART PINE beams salvaged from the home and reused----possibility when we tear out walls to have beams like this??
“Interesting take on a vent, like the wood counter and the big sink” — lisen
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Atlanta Bungalow Renovation
Ideabooks1,036
Questions1
focused on updating the home for modern living while remaining true to the home’s historic architectural character. Crown molding was custom milled to match the original woodwork and ladder doors were salvaged from houses of the same era in nearby neighborhoods. A new kitchen, master bath and office
office nook incorporate period materials and details, while heart pine beams, original to the home, were salvaged and re-used as kitchen countertops. Once dark and dated, the restored home has an air of authenticity, incorporating the best of what is new while reclaiming and enhancing the charm of the past
love the island top with salvaged heart pine beams.
“The island” — Chantell Larose
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Atlanta Bungalow Renovation
Ideabooks464
Questions3
focused on updating the home for modern living while remaining true to the home’s historic architectural character. Crown molding was custom milled to match the original woodwork and ladder doors were salvaged from houses of the same era in nearby neighborhoods. A new kitchen, master bath and office
office nook incorporate period materials and details, while heart pine beams, original to the home, were salvaged and re-used as kitchen countertops. Once dark and dated, the restored home has an air of authenticity, incorporating the best of what is new while reclaiming and enhancing the charm of the past
“Beam” — coreyoverby
Bright Common Architecture & Design
5 Reviews
Swarthmore House
Ideabooks426
Questions2
The original roof rafters were covered with a 1/4" laminate of rough sawn salvaged redwood, the same wood as the built ins
Bright Common Architecture & Design
“dressers” — Ruth
Kathryn Tegreene Interior Design
Bellevue House
Ideabooks2,068
Questions1
I got it from an Architectural Salvage yard and had it re-coated with enamel and the faucet holes modified to take a modern faucet. It was made by either the American Sink company or the Standard sink company, which is today known as American Standard. It was made in the late 1800's or early 1900's and
and you can sometimes find that style, which I love, at architectural salvage places. Good Luck.
“Color” — mschroff
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Atlanta Bungalow Renovation
Ideabooks239
Questions2
focused on updating the home for modern living while remaining true to the home’s historic architectural character. Crown molding was custom milled to match the original woodwork and ladder doors were salvaged from houses of the same era in nearby neighborhoods. A new kitchen, master bath and office
office nook incorporate period materials and details, while heart pine beams, original to the home, were salvaged and re-used as kitchen countertops. Once dark and dated, the restored home has an air of authenticity, incorporating the best of what is new while reclaiming and enhancing the charm of the past
“Fireplace” — houseofruth
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Atlanta Bungalow Renovation
Ideabooks172
Questions1
focused on updating the home for modern living while remaining true to the home’s historic architectural character. Crown molding was custom milled to match the original woodwork and ladder doors were salvaged from houses of the same era in nearby neighborhoods. A new kitchen, master bath and office
office nook incorporate period materials and details, while heart pine beams, original to the home, were salvaged and re-used as kitchen countertops. Once dark and dated, the restored home has an air of authenticity, incorporating the best of what is new while reclaiming and enhancing the charm of the past
“Door with similar wood trim” — dwerner68
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