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Margeaux Interiors - Margaret Skinner
7 Reviews
New Vintage Detroit
Ideabooks2,857
Questions2
I like salvage doors-unique and more interesting. Do I have to use the same doors throughout house?
place to use a salvaged door is on a pantry. I used a salvaged door on this pantry, it was from a Spanish monastery and adds so much character to the room. ... We built the cabinets around the doors, any style salvaged door would be fun. Also the front door is a great place to use a salvaged door. Hoe that
Using salvaged doors, sinks, tubs and light fixtures is a great way to add character and style to your project while being greener, too. Salvage yards in just about every city provide almost every building component, from hardware to garden ornaments.
Using salvaged doors add character to a space while also being greener
“doors” — Antara Hogan
indigo & ochre design
5 Reviews
Prospect Heights Brownstone
Ideabooks5,661
Questions9
suggests looking for salvage tubs on Craigs List for $500! New they can be $10K+. Buy a used one, have it professionally glazed and presto!
Pretty bathroom. Look for salvage clawfoot tub and have it re-glazed
bath tub under window, look for tub on craigs list or salvage yard and have it
architectural salvage shops for vintage tubs under $500. For $500 to $700 more, you can have it professionally reglazed to get it looking as good as new.
Love the curtains idea. Consider scouting architectural salvage shops for vintage tubs for cheap.
Vintage tubs available on Craigs list or architectural salvage shops Have it professionally reglazed for $500 - $700
Source the bathtub carefully. One of the most expensive features of a new bathroom can be the biggest fixture of all: the bathtub. Gorgeous versions from upscale manufacturers can run more than $10,000. To get a similar look, check Craigslist or local architectural salvage shops
“Everything Ochre” — juliemasino
Joanne Palmisano, Salvage Secrets
2 Reviews
Salvage Secrets
Ideabooks5,823
Questions4
In case you don't find salvage...
The homeowner/architect made them himself out of salvaged decking material.
Buy salvaged. You can often get better-quality building
7. Buy salvaged. You can often get better-quality building materials with more character for less money by buying salvaged. You will pay more in labor, but once again, this is an opportunity to
Nothing. I like the idea of the salvaged sink.
stainless steel countertops & salvage sink
reclaimed objects is a winning combination. This sink, salvaged from an old industrial building, sits atop cabinets fashioned from reclaimed wood. Learn more by reading about 'Salvage Secrets'
This image is from Joanne Palmisano's book, Salvage Secrets. The sink came from an old factory building and
“Vintage mixed with contemporary counter” — krishna84
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
Ideabooks2,170
Questions2
gives the garden a unified, established feel. Lichen-encrusted stone retaining walls define edges, thresholds, and overlooks, and thick slabs of salvaged granite embedded in the earth provide gathering terraces and pathways. With balance restored, brilliant seasonal drama unfolds.
regionally salvaged granite set more loosely than above. The looser joints allow for plantings between the stone, for a more rustic setting.
for driveway = his designer chose a bond pattern as well, but the pavers are regionally salvaged granite
Salvaged granite with spaces for planting
This designer chose a bond pattern as well, but the pavers are regionally salvaged granite set more loosely than above. The looser joints allow for
“Irregular shaped rectangular to frt door” — lmostelpaul
Mark Hickman Homes
2 Reviews
Light
Ideabooks1,905
Questions1
Salvaged materials aren't just for the exterior. In the case of Hidden Manor, the salvaged Chicago brick was brought inside. And what's the point of using brick and stone if you can't
Salvaged brick. Massive wall depth. Stonework within bricks
Salvaged materials aren't just for the exterior. In the case of Hidden Manor, the salvaged Chicago brick was brought inside. And what's the point of using brick and stone if you can't express their solidity and massiveness? A simple splaying of the window's rough opening does just that.
“masonry” — jlhutch61
KuDa Photography
1 Review
Craft room
Ideabooks1,126
Questions2
salvaged windows, feed sacks on wall
A fun use a salvaged materials.
salvaged windows as transoms for master and/or bedroom in basement. feed bags over the top, but burlap wall paper accents might warm it up.
wall treatment and salvaged windows used to create a wall
Burlap feed bags work as wallpaper in this sitting area. Price salvaged them from a nearby dairy farm that was planning to burn the bags, and she has a personal interest in the old sacks. “I’m an allergist,” Price says, “so it’s interesting to see what they fed the cows.” To secure the bags to the wall
Burlap feed bags work as wallpaper in this sitting area. Price salvaged them from a nearby dairy farm that was planning to burn the bags, and she has a personal interest in the old sacks. “I’m an allergist,” Price says
“boho” — swegledclaymore
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
Ideabooks23,317
Questions20
This is a fir top and there is no stain but it is old salvaged fir. the only way to get the color you want is to experiment with samples of the wood and different stains.
The countertop is made from salvaged floor joists. It is 100+ year old fir taken out of a house in Philadelphia. You could cut on it, but I always recommend using cutting boards to preserve
The countertop is made from salvaged floor joists. It is 100+ year old fir taken out of a house in Philadelphia.
This is one of my favourite Houzz kitchens, and I hadn't realised that you've used old floor joists for the countertop! We've just salvaged pine floorboards in our 200yo house that are a good 2" x 10" x 12' or so, and I'm thinking I could copy your idea: what did you do to clean your boards
“slab” — Tiffany Roycroft
Barbara Cannizzaro
oceandesigner
Ideabooks693
Questions0
possibly the only one in the entire town, if not county. Salvaged items are a fun way to add charisma to any landscape, and searching for the perfect piece is half the fun.
Salvaged items are a fun way to add charisma to any landscape,
salvaged items, like fan, as yard art - something unique
larger salvage piece, I can create the backdrop I am looking for.
Like this a lot, love old salvaged pieces.
Salvaged Items. I can almost guarantee that this industrial sized fan is the only one on the block, and quite possibly the only one in the entire town, if not county. Salvaged items are a fun way to add charisma to any landscape, and searching for the perfect piece is half the fun.
“Screen” — knlangford49
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