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Brad Moore Builders, LLC
Spring Branch Kitchen
Ideabooks2,981
Questions3
Love the counter....looks like something salvaged from an old store
Store Counters Keep a lookout for these at antique and salvage stores. (Don’t worry; they’re hard to miss.) Because of their sheer size, they’re somewhat difficult to sell and may not cost as much as you might
Keep a lookout for these at antique and salvage stores. (Don’t worry; they’re hard to miss.) Because of their sheer size, they’re somewhat difficult to sell and may not cost as much as you might
Store Counters Keep a lookout for these at antique and salvage stores. (Don’t worry; they’re hard to miss.) Because of their sheer size, they’re somewhat difficult to sell and may not cost as much as you might think. Look for one with interesting detailing on the “outside.” A carpenter can help fabricate
“Island” — vamcintyre
Phinney Design Group
LEED Platinum home
Ideabooks730
Questions1
Salvaged glass panels form transom windows.
Design GroupSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Wavy glass sliding doors lead to the home office. More salvaged glass panels form the transom window.
Wavy glass sliding doors lead to the home office. More salvaged glass panels form the transom window.
Wavy glass sliding doors lead to the home office. More salvaged glass panels form the transom window.
“door with transom” — finnster54
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Greek Revival Recycle Princeton
Ideabooks2,425
Questions4
Absolutely LOVE the pergola! Could you please explain the salvaged materials to create the top of pergola? W
garden room idea, l trellis from salvaged metal
use salvaged pieces to create garden sculptures, welding, hammer and nails etc
Salvaged pergola...salvaged materials
“Metal arch” — kmbmartin
HARDROCK CONSTRUCTION
BY HARDROCK CONSTRUCTION
Ideabooks8,709
Questions13
were laid to bring an updated flare to this century homes entry/mudroom/laundry back porch. Original windows were maintained and beadboard added. A salvaged double cast iron sink was installed in a sturdy cabinet that provides excellent needed storage. An upper cabinet was rescued from the basement and
Salvaged sink for the laundry room?
A salvaged cast-iron double sink is a great fit for this utilitarian laundry room. Now, I feel compelled to share the flip side of using a salvaged sink: in addition to the drawbacks Dona Rosene outlined, there can be challenges
experience with these (he did not). After he finished telling me how many of his clients are using Houzz, he said "Oh no, I hope none of them read this salvage sink story and want me to do that for them. It sounds like a total nightmare."More:Console Sinks for a Vintage Style Bath10 Vintage Touches for Your
“CEILING” — Sonya Hillman
Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
River House
Ideabooks23,291
Questions12
Salvaged Yellow Pine with Ebony Stain. Any reclaimed barn siding would work though.
Salvaged Yellow Pine with Ebony Stain
Salvaged ebony-stained pine paneling could feel too heavy, but white bathroom features and door help lighten up this half bath just enough.
Use a dark wood, like this salvaged yellow finished with an ebony stain, to get a look as dramatic
I adore this salvaged ebony-stained pine paneling, which gives me an outdoor living feeling I love. If I could, I would make every room in my house actually open to the sky. Impractical, I know, but this is in my dream
“Simple interesting” — markjess
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Addition/Remodel of Historic House in Palo Alto
Ideabooks2,995
Questions3
Restored historic living room now used as a library. Windows on right are original. Windows on left were salvaged from the deconstructed part of the house and newly placed in this wall for improved daylighting. Wall was orginally an interior wall, now an exterior wall through which new courtyard is visible
Hi- The wood is the orginal redwood (1890's) -ether from this room or salvaged from another room in the house for the walls which were changed in the remodel. Ithas an oil finish which does darken it some. The bookcases are new
windows on the right of this San Francisco dining room are original; the windows on the left were salvaged from the deconstructed part of the house. The aesthetic pleasure gained from restoring — and even salvaging — windows is a clear reason for using old windows.
“Shelves” — Kathleen Michelle
David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
5 Reviews
747 Wing House
Ideabooks766
Questions0
1. A salvaged plane home in California, USApparently, even aircraft boneyards aren’t safe from the avid scavenger’s eyes. Indeed, it was deep in the heart of the
A salvaged plane home in California, USApparently, even aircraft boneyards aren’t safe from the avid scavenger’s eyes. Indeed, it was deep in the heart of the
architect. “It became an ideal configuration for maximizing those views with minimal additional structural support needed.”It’s just one piece of a salvaged airplane the architect incorporated in the home. You can read the whole story here.
“Cool” — elisemaree
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
Potting shed
Ideabooks13,250
Questions4
5. Salvaged plumbing. If you are a vintage buff, a shed is the perfect place for some plumbing fixtures with character, such as salvaged sinks and faucets available from antiques stores, salvage yards and sites such as eBay.
salvage pkumb
“Love a gardening shed” — tontogirl
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