Architectural Salvage and Renovation

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Registered: 09-05-2003
Architectural Salvage and Renovation
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Tue, 05-20-2008 - 1:56pm

Give salvage shopping a try for your next renovation project. Browse garage sales, auctions, antique shops, and salvage yards. It’s an eco-friendly option—and you can’t beat the thrill of the hunt.

• Where to find antiques; how to use them:
http://www.remodelingcenter.com/green/architectural-salvage-tips/?sssdmh=dm17.316057&esrc=nwrem47

• Some favorite architectural salvage shops:
http://www.remodelingcenter.com/green/architectural-salvage-shops/?sssdmh=dm17.316057&esrc=nwrem47

• Tour a home decorated with salvage finds:
http://www.remodelingcenter.com/green/green-building-home-tour/?sssdmh=dm17.316057&esrc=nwrem47



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Stitchery WIPs: "Bath 5¢", "Walking to Town", a selection of 8 San Man snowman charts, 2 sets of curtain tie-backs using a DMC freebie chart and the DMC linen threads, a Kooler Design Studio chart form JanLynn called "Needlework Shop", "Tsunami Charity Sampler" from the fall 2007 Sampler & Needlework Quarterly, and "Autumn Leaves" from the December 2006 New Stitches



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Sun, 09-18-2011 - 12:44pm

Architectural salvage is a timeless way to bring quality and character into your home. http://www.bobvila.com/articles/1093-architectural-salvage/pages/1



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