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Results found for "salvaged"

  • Brooklyn Secret Garden, I've been working on my backyard space since 2011, replacing overgrown weeds and invasive ivy, and cycling out found furniture for more sturdy pieces.  Over time I've added a small stone wall-enclosed planter, compost bin, cold frame, raised beds, a bench and table I constructed.  It's surely a labor of love. , Gardens Design

    Brooklyn Secret Garde...

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  • Reclaimed Kitchen, My husband and I rescued these cabinets from being thrown in the trash. We sanded, stained, added new doors and hardware and modified them to fit our kitchen and installed a new back splash. We got the granite at a wholesale outlet, the sink and faucet on sale at Lowes. The biggest cost was refinishing the wood floor after we discovered it under layers of glue and linoleum. Our kitchen was low cost, lots of labor but worth it! PLEASE VIEW ALL PICS AND GIVE US YOUR COMMENTS...we welcome them! The BEFORE pictures of our kitchen can be viewed under lifetimedvd1 pictures. THANK YOU!, Kitchens Design

    Reclaimed Kitchen

    12 photos, 3,219 Views, Flag

  • Steampunk Home Theater Media Room , Restoration Resources, Renaissance Interiors, MLA Consultants, Bruce Rosenbaum, and Audio Concepts in Boston collaborated as a Steampunk by Design team and created a Steampunk Home Theater Room at Audio Concepts.  We named it the Jules Verne room, Steampunk objects run the gamut from practical and conservative home furnishings to fanciful techno objects. These one of kind pieces creatively integrate old and new while adding a vintage cool vibe to any  location. Steampunk is eco-friendly.  The goal was to combine the best of old world craftsmanship with
state-of-the-art technology for modern day  living.  The concept is gaining widespread popularity throughout the residential design field.

Steampunk admirers have an appreciation for the quality, craftsmanship and authenticity of antiques, as well as modern technology and conveniences.  Audio and video components have been blended with recycled and repurposed period objects into the overall design scheme of our Steampunked Jules Verne room.
, Media Rooms Design

    Steampunk Home Theat...

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  • Cool Office Remodel, Remodel of home office which included new walls, floor, ceiling, windows, and <a href="http://www.horizonshutters.com">window shutters</a>., Home Offices Design

    Cool Office Remodel

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  • Open Entertainer's Kitchen, The walls just had to come down for this 70's kitchen to come in to the modern world!!  We were able to reuse & move the  existing hardwood cabinets, plus add gorgeous granite countertops, amazing clean steal appliances & hardworking laminate wood floors to make this an Entertainer's Kitchen dream!  The front panels of the island are 100 year old 2" solid oak pocket doors turned on their side with original hardware still in tack. Our contractor friend added the pillar moldings that I designed & installed the gorgeous glass & stone backsplash!  Large Edison Light pendants & a modern crystal chandelier are the jewels atop of this girls dream kitchen!!, Kitchens Design

    Open Entertainer's Ki...

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  • My salvaged kitchen cabinets straight from the trash!, This has served my son and i well!, Kitchens Design

    My salvaged kitchen ca...

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  • Suite, Sweet, Salvaged Bath, Our little saga started with a cracked tile beside the toilet in our 15 year old upstairs master bath. It wasn’t a bad bath, just a little incorrigible after so long. Imagine our surprise that one little escaped droplet of water a day for 15 years could do such major damage to the substructure under that leaky wax ring. Having to gut the bathroom on a major budjet forces one to think "outside of the Big Box Store".  4 months, and about 100 trips to our local Habitat For Humanity, and we finally have the bath we did not know we were dreaming of: Jacuzzi Tub(with motor) $100.00, Americh shower stall base $200.00, low rise Kohler toilet $50.00, Shower and Tub fixtures $125.00 and $86.00, Vanity Medicine Cabinet $30.00, over sink light fixture $10.00. We were then on to Craigslist for the recycled Bidet (never used before) Kohler $50.00. Neighbors remodel (freebee and inspiration for the style) pedestal sink $0. Rattan Lingerie Cabinet is Goodwill $45.00. Black Chandelier, was dirty brass that I have had no place to hang (it was ugly, so I painted it black, Rustoleum spray $3.99, linen shades on clearance for 3 for $6.99. The only part reused from original bath is the round lighted makeup mirror. The real find was the floor, originally our idea was that the floor was to be new white marble tiles with a stripe of black marble (the black leftover from a downstairs landing). I will say "It pays to watch the garage sales signs". I found a tile setter moving to Arizona. He had the marble tiles at $2.00 a piece, and enough beautiful basket weave tiles to do 3/4s of the floor for $2.50 a sq.ft. (these were $12.25 each sq.ft. for the remaining area) They were also the answer to the fear that the marble would be slippery. The only full price piece is the clear glass shower enclosure $800.00 installed. (after checking bids from 8 vendors). We had no plan, the design changed daily with what we found and salvaged. Our handyman (helping nights and weekends) was talented and had great ideas, including the curved ceiling soffit above the toilet/bidet area to hide our heating ducts. We were lucky enough to have a 10x4 of unused closet space that we could steal for the bath, or the toilets might have ended up outside. So how do you like my “Suite Sweet” Salvaged Bath?, Bathrooms Design

    Suite, Sweet, Salvag...

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  • Wine at Chateau de Levriers (House of Greyhounds), Wine Cellar built out of unused space in basement.  Made out of mostly salvaged items.  , Other Spaces Design

    Wine at Chateau de Le...

    11 photos, 2,705 Views, Flag

  • NEW - Before Pix Added - 19th Century Studio, Welcome to my faux finishing studio inside a restored 110-year-old flannel mill. The painted floor design was inspired by Moroccan tiles in a guest home I worked at this summer in Marrakech., Living Rooms Design

    NEW - Before Pix Add...

    9 photos, 918 Views, Flag

  • Shady acres, Renovated dirt patch under a heavy maple cover. Repurposed salvaged bricks create a pathway between rock rimmed narrow beds. Relax on the bench or round patio., Gardens Design

    Shady acres

    5 photos, 945 Views, Flag

  • Salvaged Cabinet to Built In wall for Bathroom, Built-ins are cabinetry that are built in to the structure of a room so cannot be moved around.I'm taking a great old pine cabinet that was in my grandfather's shed and making it the main component of a built-in wall for my guest bathroom. , Bathrooms Design

    Salvaged Cabinet to B...

    2 photos, 351 Views, Flag

  • loft bedroom, master loft bedroom overlooking living space below, Bedrooms Design

    loft bedroom

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  • Master Bedroom, Master Bedroom in desperate need of west indes tropical inspiration.Salvaged wood flooring is going to be installed soon, not sure of the stain color.
, Bedrooms Design

    Master Bedroom

    5 photos, 80 Views, Flag

  • go green salvage everything, Everything is this kitchens was salvaged from a home that was being striped and redoneand make to fix in our log home that we have buil our self and still working little by little, Kitchens Design

    go green salvage every...

    5 photos, 664 Views, Flag

  • Firehouse living room, Living room space created in the 103 year old Firebarn we are renovating., Living Rooms Design

    Firehouse living room

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  • Just a few changes...., French country with some great Craig list finds and some antiques thrown in for interest.I think the room is done for now.LOL. Each time I look in here I will recall all of the fun we had in finding our treasures.A room to me should be about memories and that is what I have here.We added a buffet and changed the fabric on the chairs and found these great salvaged columns., Dining Rooms Design

    Just a few changes....

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  • Lots of flower beds, lots of weeds, We bought our house last year and its curb appeal was less then appealing to us.  It had tons of flower beds with tons of weeds.  It was supposed to be low maintenance but it just looked overgrown.  I gave it a year to see what it looked like through the seasons then I made it my own. We took most everything out, planted grass seed and daisies (my favorite.) I moved plants around to other flower beds so there wasn't much to purchase. What I didnt reuse I shared with neighbor and gave away. We added a gravel walkway and a wood deck.  the wood was salvaged from the deck in the backyard that is turning into a screened porch now.  It cost a measly $8 in drain downspout to add. I am very happy with my results and going green thriftiness. Im sure there is more to come but these things take time. , Home Exterior Design

    Lots of flower beds, l...

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  • DIY Salvaged Window Trellis:), I made got the frames for free, 50 dollars on primer and paint, 10 dollars on chain and hardware supplies. It took me a week total to set the posts and paint and hang the frames! I'm going to plant vines to grow up it in the spring!, Gardens Design

    DIY Salvaged Window...

    3 photos, 1,230 Views, Flag

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