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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 had new crown moulding and light rail added. The beautiful ceiling is original to the home.
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 for everyone involved in the installation process. Be sure to be extra
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 BathroomYour Kitchen: Farmhouse SinksKitchen of the Week: A Warm and Eco-Friendly Update
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fun use of salvaged stone windows
it to salvage.....hmmmm
Palmisano's (Salvage Secrets book) own kitchen. Island top and shape. Fridge and soapstone sink/backsplash were salvaged, as well as island top wood.
can use salvaged wood, I think that would be great.
made from salvaged Douglas fir railroad trusses, found in a 19th-century building torn down in a neighboring town. Believe it or not, the soapstone sink, backsplash, refrigerator, and clock were also salvaged — an effort that saved money but still has a clean, high-end appearance.
place.Salvaged: The only thing better than recycling is upcycling, or repurposing salvaged materials. Doing so sets the bar high for sustainability and is an opportunity to bring some history and personality to your kitchen. Salvaged beams from a 100-year-old warehouse roof were milled into tongue and
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to the salvage yards. Builder’s supply salvage is one of the best-kept secrets around. Contractors who have leftover materials from jobs donate or sell their product to the salvage yards, who then sell it to the public for crazy low prices. It’s not uncommon to find an ultraluxe faucet from a specialty
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architectural salvage and a bluestone slab.
from a salvaged wrought iron window balcony and a huge
salvage yard. The top is a custom cut piece of bluestone.
from a salvaged wrought iron window balcony and a huge slab of bluestone.
another salvaged piece, an old radiator grate, to a hole located up the center of the chimney.
Siemasko + Verbridge
door is a salvaged door, constructed with T&G boards. You can probably find a salvaged door similar to this with a little research or have one created. The hardware for the door is the standard flat track system from barndoorhardware.com.
made with salvaged wood.
Salvaged Door - finish
Love the salvaged door
Salvage door for upstairs bathroom
Arkin Tilt Architects
Salvaged Douglas fir bleacher seating was re-planed to create warm, textured ceilings, while simple clay paints and finishes enhance the serene quality of each room. © www.edwardcaldwellphoto.com
top is salvaged bowling alley wood. “We get it frequently around here,” says Tilt. “You can get a lot for a good price. It’s kind of cool. My house kitchen table is the arrow end.”
top is salvaged bowling alley wood
top is salvaged bowling alley wood. “We get it frequently around here,” says Tilt. “You can get a lot for a good price. It’s kind of cool. My house kitchen table is the arrow end.” The countertops are stained concrete. The flooring is salvaged Douglas fir. Countertops: Bohemian Stoneworks