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For these marvelous structures, inspiring awe and wonder is as simple as just being there. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Iconic Pieces of Architecture. Subscribe►►http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=watchmojo Facebook►►http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo. Twitter►►http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo Instagram►►http://instagram.com/watchmojo Suggestion Tool►►http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest Channel Page►►http://www.youtube.com/watchmojo For this list, we're taking a look at the world's most famous artificial structures and are basing our choices on a mix of their design aesthetics, their capacities to influence and inspire, and of course, their iconic statuses. Special thanks to our user ian_a_wm2014 for submitting the idea on our Inte...
Bob shops an architectural salvage yard for used, inexpensive doors and bathroom vanities.
Decorating your home with architectural salvage pieces can add unique style and beautiful character to your home, and knowing how to find the right architectural salvage pieces to repurpose for your home does not take a degree in architecture. In this segment of Better KC, TAM STONE shares her helpful hints for scouting architectural salvage and creative ways to repurpose your finds for today's home.
Bill Raymer, architectural salvage expert and owner of Restoration Resources, shows you how you can repurpose architectural pieces in new and creative ways: a newel post can become a centerpiece for a table, a colorful fireplace tile can become a pot holder and two mantel keystones can become book ends in less than 10 minutes!
Tacoma Earthwise: An Architectural Salvage Store Walk-Through by Lee O'Connor and Matt Meyer Special thanks to Earth Wise in Tacoma 628 E 60th St Tacoma, WA 98404 www.ewsalvage.com Music by audionautix.com "You So Zany" Jason Shaw (Audionautix.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Unported http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US Other videos by Lee O'Connor: Ballard Reuse: A Seattle Architectural Salvage Store Walk-Through https://youtu.be/hpWBxKNCY2w Earth Wise: A Seattle Architectural Salvage Store Walk-Through https://youtu.be/E8qb7MNc36w Second Use: A Seattle Architectural Salvage Store Walk-Through https://youtu.be/-DhkO9oOb2U Seattle In Time Lapse https://youtu.be/G4Md_nQ3kHQ Rock Trail, A Hike South of Bellingham, Washington https://youtu.be/YsS...
Today I visited Black Dog Architectural Salvage in Roanoke Virginia where you can buy unique pieces of architectural salvage materials. There is so much stuff in this store it was like a walk into history. This store is a must visit in Roanoke. If you see anything you like please call them at (540) 343-6200 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://blackdogsalvage.com/
Architectural salvage and supply is a very specialised field, it pays to deal with professionals. This company http:__www.architecturalsas.com were one of the first in this field, in the UK. John and Paul are experts in the dismantling and storage of architectural pieces. They also replace the pieces when the site is ready for the return of it's listed items. They also buy architectural salvage and other related items of interest. Please visit the website and use the contact us form to see how they can be of service to you.
Greensaw Design & Build is a building firm that specializes in the use of architectural salvage and reclaimed materials in remodeling kitchens and bathrooms. Using architectural salvage brings character to a space and preserves parts of our history. Reusing materials cuts down on construction waste, and often these recycled materials are higher quality than new materials.
Antique window hardware for sale architectural salvage We salvage old window hardware and antique wavy glass
Tiny Texas Houses, in conjunction with the Pure Salvage Living Movement, is now offering to buy, sell, and barter or trade vintage architectural pieces. Visit our website at www.puresalvageliving.com for more information or to get involved!
Related: Architectural Salvage: http://www.bobvila.com/articles/1093-architectural-salvage/pages/1 Great Places to Buy Architectural Salvage: http://www.bobvila.com/articles/1120-great-places-to-buy-architectural-salvage/pages/1 With the antique plaster cornice work repaired, the mason demonstrates how to blend the joints between the cornice and the new drywall. Also, Bob takes a field trip to Millford Plantation, a spectacular Greek Revival governor's mansion with echoes of the Civil War still ringing through its halls. Back at the site, salvaged glass doors are incorporated into the new custom kitchen cabinets.
Looking for a specific item to complete your project? Or are you looking to sell? Get in touch with Architectural Salvage Source today and you’ll discover tiles, slates and bricks, period doors and panelling, gates, staircases, flooring, stone, fireplaces, unusual items and so much more! Discover our website today!
http://www.salvageantiques.com More than 5000 incredible architectural salvage pieces, come to see our huge store with amazing double entry doors, interior doors, single entrance doors, stained glass windows, hand painted glasses, iron pieces, wrought iron balconies, and much more!!!
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Decorating your home with architectural salvage pieces can add unique style and beautiful character to your home, and knowing how to find the right architectural salvage pieces to repurpose for your home does not take a degree in architecture. In this segment of Better KC, TAM STONE shares her helpful hints for scouting architectural salvage and creating ways to repurpose your finds for today's home.
We buy and sell architectual salavge, stone, windows, doors,reclaimed bricks,timber beams, cast iron fireplaces,stoves, old slates,cast iron radiators,cast iron baths,chimney pots, guttering,pitch pine flooring. We also stock a range of products for the garden railway sleepers, stone troughs,wood burners,oak barrels, sun dials,garden ornaments www.eurosalve.com
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