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Tab Premium Built Homes
8 Reviews
River Cottage #3
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Add a whimsical object. Show off your personal style with an architectural salvaged piece, such as a vintage stained glass window or even artwork — or if nautical is your thing, a giant ship’s wheel.
“Love the Captains wheel” — Annabel Sherman
Clark & Zook Architects, LLC
5 Reviews
North Georgia log cabin, front door
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This door and sidelights/transom came from the first house that was built in Powder Springs, Georgia, in 1866 (post Civil War era). It was salvaged by the owners, disassembled, stripped, re-stained, re-glazed, and reassembled for this project in Talking Rock. So I guess its not an "off the shelf" item
talk with the contractor to see if he knows other places that being razed in an effort to find something historic for your job. You could try Architectural Accents, in Atlanta...that may be a place to start?
together and incorporate everything the clients wanted, he decided to fill it in. The clients found the front door, transom and sidelights at an architectural salvage yard in Atlanta. They were from the first house built in Social Circle, Georgia, after the Civil War. The couple stripped, sanded and finished
“door” — petekoehn
Tess Fine
Bruce Rosenbaum
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prominent in the home, remaining true to the couple's love of the Victorian aesthetic. Bruce's favorite places to shop for their home are architectural salvage companies, Brimfield Antique Market and eBay.
prominent in the home, remaining true to the couple's love of the Victorian aesthetic. Bruce's favorite places to shop for their home are architectural salvage companies, Brimfield Antique Market and eBay
is prominent in the home, remaining true to the couple's love of the Victorian aesthetic.Bruce's favorite places to shop for their home are architectural salvage companies, Brimfield Antique Market and eBay.
“Eastlake style” — Leslie Thomas
kimberly peck architect
greenwich village loft lightwall
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architectural salvage
“Glass and black” — paragon kitchens
Traditional Entry
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the door at Exeter Architectural Salvage; she believes it came from a row house in Beverly, Massachusetts
Dutton found the door at Exeter Architectural Salvage; she believes it came from a row house in Beverly, Massachusetts. It cost about $1,500, then an additional $800 to restore it, which included hand stripping some nasty paint and then reglazing. The door is from the late 19th century, just a few years
“Would be cool to use some various colored wall tiles” — mbevil01
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Photo credit: Kimberley Bryan © 2013 Houzz
Ideabooks1,683
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Try AuroraMills Architectural Salvage!
Architectural salvage/ Aurora Mills
“Simplicity!” — janaina_b
hudson home
14 Reviews
Redondo Beach Remodel
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architectural salvage
Excelsior Wood Products, LLC
Renovated Farm House
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architectural salvage
“bench” — tnlask01
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