Monday, January 25, 2010

Salvage One

I have been feeling very thrifty lately and want to work with my hands to create something new from something old! I found Salvage One which saves architectural elements from the wrecking ball. "We have been helping our customers breathe new life into salvaged materials for nearly 30 years. We aim to take salvage further by working with you to add creativity and style to your space. I am going to try and get down to their space this week to find some thrifty stuff! Look at a few of the things they have...
Antique Plywood and cast iron church seats
A LARGE industrial work table
a refinished pallate coffee table
metal storage rack w/ wire baskets


  1. Sweet jaysus. that place looks amazing! i'm always shocked how expensive that kind of stuff is, but wow—is it worth it. You guys should drive a little out of your way and check out IpsoFacto in Three Oaks, MI next time you guys are passing through. Lots of really cool stuff. The guys who owns it used to live in Wicker Park.
    Hope all is well!

  2. Love Salvage One...just overpriced. Remember all of the house numbers on wood at my reception? Most of those came from Salvage One and Jane's Antiques in West Loop. Also, I used one of their factory carts recently at a renovation for one of our city stores, Germania Place. check it out!


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