292 salvage secrets professional Home Design Photos

Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
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Salvage Secrets
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windows, and salvaged floors come together to form a relaxing and functional bathroom. Copyright: Joanne Palmisano and W.W. Norton & Company Photo Credit: Susan Teare
Teare, Professional Photographer
Salvage Secrets...Salvage windows
“Love the windows as walls” — ashleypenney
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
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Salvage Secrets
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pieces of salvaged marble, and paired with the antique sink, lights, and mirrors, an elegant bathroom is produced. Copyright: Joanne Palmisano and W.W. Norton & Company Photo Credit: Susan Teare
Teare, Professional Photographer
Salvage Secrets...salvaged marble
“Tile” — annrexoliveros
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Salvage Secrets
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family, salvaged metal lockers, soapstone for the countertop, and reused retail wall board come together to create a fun and inviting space. Copyright: Joanne Palmisano and W.W. Norton & Company Photo Credit: Susan Teare
Teare, Professional Photographer
Salvage Secrets...salvaged lockers
“Paint the lockers” — juliandaffy
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
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Salvage Secrets
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taking a salvaged light fixture and salvaged wood to create a huge difference in the long run. Copyright: Joanne Palmisano and W.W. Norton & Company Photo Credit: Susan Teare
Teare, Professional Photographer
Salvage Secrets
“unique way light is positioned on the angled ceiling” — Jenada Taylor
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
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Salvage Secrets
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Salvaged marble top, vanity, faucets, reclaimed glass door, and reused medicine cabinet help put the finishing touches on this guest bathroom. Copyright: Joanne Palmisano and W.W. Norton & Company Photo Credit: Susan Teare
Teare, Professional Photographer
Salvage Secrets
“Grey slate” — nancyriggs
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Salvage Secrets
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The salvaged vintage pendant hanging in the kitchen helps add to its feeling of warmth. Copyright: Joanne Palmisano and W.W. Norton & Company Photo Credit: Susan Teare
Teare, Professional Photographer
Salvage Secrets
“Inset cabinets, wood counter, farmhouse feel” — sarahewatt
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Blue Door to Orchard Area
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Removing glass panes from your salvage piece will make it safe and
gate - salvage door in garage
love the little door, it reminds me of secret garden
from your salvage piece will make it safe and also allow plant to weave through the openings. Without a frame, a door can be stationary. Large, heavy doors like this are better used in this way.
Consider using a salvaged door, glass panes removed, in lieu of a typical trellis panel, for a privacy screen.
from your salvage piece will make it safe and also allow plant to weave through the openings. Without a frame, a door can be stationary. Large, heavy doors like this are better used in this way.
“Door” — jmckeddie
ROOMS & BLOOMS
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Windy Brae
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LOVE THIS. It has a secret garden look to it.
Secret garden, this is what I want.
has a secret garden feel
love the "secret garden" look
author of Salvage SecretsSculptor Turns Screen Doors Into Art
interesting salvageable materials that can be used in your yard.
secret garden...secret garden....the secret garden
“secret garden” — cenza
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