Think Outside the House-Repurpose Old Things

  • May 07 2012 - Ashland
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Lots of creative shows out there concerning this and a few salvage shops
specializing in reclaiming old building products for historical reconstruction.
But wait...There is nothing that says design better than a great distressed pc. in the setting of a new / modern renovation.
A den side table, a tall narrow table setting to greet you and accept your keys as you walk through the front door or may be it is a reclaimed pc. that finally gives you that center island you've been wanting in the kitchen.
The re-purpose idea has came along from the days of necessity to the element of design and the green movement, whatever your reason there is
a variety of outlets to find these things: Flea Markets, Yard Sales, Ebay, Estate sales, or salvage shops.
Doesn't even have to be big to make a statement, a used movie reel hanging on the wall in the media room, and flee market find for holding those remotes we all can have a part in the re-purpose idea.
-Joseph-

  • July 06 2013
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