Salvage SecretsIndustrial Kitchen, Burlington

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Seneker-Frisch Interior Design wrote:Sep 5, 2012
alohasas06 wrote:Jul 27, 2011
  • alohasas06
    Thanks.
  • Kiki Friend
    I had Marvin casements like these, wood on the inside and they rot. I live in Vermont so it's very humid. They were beautiful while they lasted.
emmakatea wrote:Jan 5, 2015
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    Joanne Palmisano Design
    Hello This kitchen and the rest of the house were featured in my first book, Salvage Secrets. This a home of an architect in Portland Oregon. I don't know the exact dimensions of the sink, but I do remember it was about 3 feet long and around 14 inches wide. Hope that helps :)
  • jollytjose

    I like this, too. JJ

Kiki Friend wrote:Dec 17, 2012
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    Joanne Palmisano Design
    The homeowner/architect made them himself out of salvaged decking material.
dakinak wrote:Apr 10, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    jenott
    Jennifer Ott Design added this to Designing Your Kitchen: Deep Thoughts for Your SinkAug 6, 2013

    Shallow sinks also take up less space in the sink cabinet below them. Not only does this free up storage space, but it also makes it easier to install and access the garbage disposal and the plumbing fittings. Shallow sinks also tend to cost a bit less than deeper versions.

    alisonhodgson
    Alison Hodgson added this to So You Bought a Cave: 7 Ways to Open Your Home to LightMar 23, 2013

    This kitchen is dark, but with the vintage sink, warm wood and bank of windows, it's lovely and peaceful.

    buckminstergreen
    Buckminster Green LLC added this to Contractor Tips: How to Shop for Your RemodelSep 7, 2012

    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 support your community. Sinks and tubs are good if the finish isn't damaged, but avoid faucets unless the seller can show you they work without leaks. Doors, hardware and masonry are all great items, and stone, wood and glass are great materials, to buy salvaged. With light fixtures, keep in mind that they may need to be rewired, but this is a way to keep a great period fixture out of the Dumpster.

    lfrederick
    Lisa Frederick added this to How to Work With a PlumberAug 30, 2012

    What it will cost: Plumbers' fees vary enormously, depending on the nature and location of the work, parts and materials needed, unexpected complications and many other factors. Some charge by the hour, some by the job and some do a mixture of both. You might pay anywhere from $40 to $120 and up per hour for labor, not including an initial charge for a site visit and assessment. A clogged drain or dripping faucet can cost as little as $100 to fix, while installing or rerouting pipes might run you thousands of dollars.Where to find one: Ask local, reputable contractors about the plumbers they use — they generally don't do business with a pro whose skills or work habits they question. Your state board of examiners may also offer a referral service. Check with the Better Business Bureau for any complaints against a given plumber.The best ones are in high demand, so be prepared to wait for a service call. It's a good idea to vet two or three plumbers in advance to increase your odds of getting one out quickly in an emergency.

    raenovate
    Rachel Grace added this to Renovation Detail: The Casement WindowMay 24, 2012

    A massive triple faucet sink sits under wood-trimmed casement windows. Fortunately, the window's cam handle allows for easy opening.

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Consider a Salvaged SinkFeb 2, 2012

    This image is from Joanne Palmisano's book, Salvage Secrets. The sink came from an old factory building and is adding character to this beautiful kitchen in its second life.

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Design Elements: Beautiful Reclaimed WoodNov 20, 2011

    Pairing reclaimed wood with other 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'

    vanessa_brunner
    Vanessa Brunner added this to Book Tour: Salvage SecretsAug 10, 2011

    This fabulous triple faucet sink was salvaged from an old factory building. All of the fixtures still work perfectly. Set into the stainless steel counter and recycled wood cabinets, it has a wonderful industrial feel that looks great in this small kitchen.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    danaveach1
    Dana Veach added this to Passage and Expanded Views: Doors and WindowsDec 7, 2018

    I love these windows...and the sink...

    gail_sanders75
    Gail Sanders added this to Gail's ideasNov 19, 2018

    French casement windows w/ 4 lights

    webuser_240743321
    Elise Reinfeldt added this to SewaneeJun 21, 2018

    Love a sink like this for kitchen or powder room. CHARACTER!

    bigmaters
    bigmaters added this to laundry roomApr 29, 2018

    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 support your community. Sinks and tubs are good if the finish isn't damaged, but avoid faucets unless the seller can show you they work without leaks. Doors, hardware and masonry are all great items, and stone, wood and glass are great materials, to buy salvaged. With light fixtures, keep in mind that they may need to be rewired, but this is a way to keep a great period fixture out of the

    lynn_sweeney7821362
    Lynn Sweeney added this to Kitchen IdeasMar 29, 2018

    Casement window over kitchen sink

    martha7036
    martha7036 added this to martha7036's ideasFeb 23, 2018

    Casement windows Dark cabinets

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