Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Decorating: Salvage Style

Art Deco 5-arm amber glass slipper shade fixture

Children's school chairs

Black shabby garden bench

Antique industrial Mercury glass bottles

Buck, Doe and Fawn cast iron summer cover {wow!}

1948 Ford Factory Atomic-style metal light fixtures

9-drawer oak printers cabinet with original hardware

Cast iron garden gate set

Reduce, reuse, recycle are the buzz words of this generation. For us that love vintage this is not a new idea. I got lost in the online catalog of Aurora Mills Architectural Salvage. Only 25 minutes from our fair city, SAM offers a huge variety of items from the spectacular, one-of-a-kind pieces such as bronze elevator doors from New York City to everyday items such as five panel interior doors. Their inventory represents many of the popular architectural eras including California Mission, Arts and Crafts, Victorian, Tudor, Spanish Revival, Queen Ann, Italianate, Eastlake, and Colonial.

Thought I'd share some of the awesome items from their site with you all. Salvage is sweet!

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Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for writing about us at Aurora Mills on your blog! Next time you are in the store please introduce yourself. There are even more levels to see and we will give you a tour. Have a great day!

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