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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...
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!
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!
The Store yard, Portlaoise are suppliers of antique and later country furniture, lighting and rugs, garden statuary, chimney pieces, vintage hand bags and coats, curtains and materials, interior and architectural salvage "Antiques are green, recycle the past"
This video shows the process of making a silicone mold from an existing ceiling medallion and casting replicas using Alumilite casting resin. Great for restoration work and one-of-a-kind pieces no longer available for purchase. Additional product information can be found at www.alumilite.com
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.
This was my moleskine between June 2006 and September 2008. All the sketches have been done on location or finished from a photograph for the architectural pieces. More images on my blog : http://www.nicolasweis.com/blog or on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/nicolas.weis/ The pen I used is a Sakura Micron 005.
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.
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/
The people at Balleycanoe & Co. - John and Penny - create fabulous folk art out of bits and pieces salvaged from 19th century Ontario farms. Whether its fence posts transformed into snowmen, tin roofs to bird houses or barnwood into angels the creative whimsy is worth the visit.
Here's my take on the rustic cooler box; if you were looking for a how-to video, sorry! All lumber, with the exception of the quarter round, is salvaged. 95% being pallet wood, and the rest was construction debris I found dumped on the side of the road. I intentionally overbuilt it, as I plan to wheel it in and out of the garage, front yard, back yard, and the occasional street party. Mid way though, I almost made it a drill press stand, haha! The cooler is a 70 quart Coleman, larger than the 50 quart coolers guys are using. The exposed lag bolts are NOS square heads I purchased from a defunct hardware store. The casters are 4". The struts are stainless. The hinges and spigot are salvaged pieces. The handles are grab handles from a deuce and a half military truck. The street signs are r...
Located just a kilometre (two-thirds of a mile) north of EcoCycle, ReSource helps keep all kinds of useable building materials out of our landfills. In this video you can also see the Boulder Flatirons beneath Green Mountain and Bear Peak. Towards the end of the video you can see Valmont Butte from the donation center. Here's my personal web page about recycling: http://www.rogerwendell.com/recycle.html Here's the ReSource home page: http://www.resourceyard.org Here's my page about Boulder: http://www.rogerwendell.com/boulder.html 06/23/2009
Welcome to UKAA, the UK's largest online stock of Architectural Antiques, Garden Antiques, Reclamation and Salvage. We offer custom built cast iron radiators, and bespoke zinc, copper and reclaimed pine tables. To compliment out antique stock, we also work with a few hand selected companies who supply us with a range of new items including Carron radiators, stoves, fireplaces, lamposts and lanterns, door furniture, and sanitary ware. We work with trusted local suppliers to ensure you get a great product, backed with great product support. We are based in Cannock Wood, and you can call us on 01543 222 923. Our opening Hours are Monday-Friday 9am-6pm, and Saturday 10am-5pm. To view any item of stock in person please don’t hesitate to call a member of the team to arrange an appointment, w...
Choosing art for the bathroom requires considering the moisture and steam that fills the air, so avoid glass-covered art and pieces that can warp. Choose architectural pieces made of iron or metal to decorate the bathroom with tips from a professional interior decorator in this free video on home decor. Expert: Ann Myrick Bio: Since 1997, Ann Myrick has been a professional decorator, house cleaner, home organizer and planner. Filmmaker: Tim Brown
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!!!
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.
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.
A spectacular architectural salvage library wall with fireplace mantel, clock and bookcases from Belgium dates from about 1890. Expertly hand carved of solid oak, the finesse and artistry are remarkable. Filigree piercing, paw feet and shell motifs are masterful. Raised panels and chisel marks are authentic. The top of the mantel is revarnished for durability, the rest of the finish is original. Waxed and buffed, all that is needed to maintain the warm patina is an occasional wipe with a soft dry cloth. Locks and keys work on this European antique furniture, which disassembles into four pieces for easier delivery. The original brass clock movement has been professionally cleaned and oiled, it keeps excellent time and chimes the familiar Westminster tune on the quarter hour and counts the ...
Specializing in 17th, 18th, 19th and early 20th century period architectural pieces from Europe and America, it is the source for those looking for Medieval, Tudor, Elizabethan, Jacobean, Queen Anne, Georgian, Regency or Arts and Crafts items , or Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI and Napolean III . Whether you want the feel of an "English Country House" or Cottage, "French Country" reminiscent of Provence ,Burgundy or the Perigord ,or "Italian Style" with the feel of Tuscany, you should visit us.
Need help with CAD design? Architectural pieces are available for interior design, exterior design, park benches and more. Call 763-506-0286 or visit http://aerofabincmn.com/ today. --- About Aerofab Inc.: With over 15 years of experience, the technicians at Aerofab Inc. have the expertise necessary to create all types of pieces. Whether you need aluminum, stainless steel or mild steel parts fabricated, we’ll get the job done in no time. We even work on food processing equipment! Call 763-506-0286 or visit http://aerofabincmn.com/ today. Connect with us: FACEBOOK – Like Aerofab Inc.: TWITTER -- Follow Aerofab Inc.: https://twitter.com/AerofabIncMNUS GOOGLE + -- Add Aerofab Inc. to your circles: --- Architectural Piece Fabrication | Minneapolis, MN – Aerofab Inc. https://www.youtube...
Architectural antiques is a particularly popular category at the Brass Armadillo Antique Mall in Denver, and not just Victorian windows & doors. In this week's show we'll have a look at numerous examples of unusual architectural remnants that will soon find a new home as decor. There are a pair of truly fabulous 18th century Spanish carved columns, a huge antique European metal clock face, and many more pieces, including those Victorian windows & doors that we just can't seem to keep in stock. Also, we'll consider pieces that were never a part of a building but that mirror an architectural style, and then ask ourselves whether it was an architect or a furniture designer who invented the style. -Gary