Featured in Homes 2012 Edition

Posted on 11th April 2012 in Uncategorized
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ALTAR ego

Posted on 15th February 2012 in Uncategorized

This piece is fashioned from an old barrier fence salvaged from the Shondeck property in North Elk Meadows. It is a delightful catchall for any home, but we like to think of it as an altar to house your treasures, memorabilia and inspired whatnot. Can be seen at The Downtown Woodshop, 222 North Main, Gunnison.  $2350

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Undercover Storage Lover

Posted on 15th February 2012 in Uncategorized

This horizontal cabinet is fashioned from an old 5-panel door and repurposed into 5 separate bays for storing dry goods, gear, toys, hobbies… you name it. It is an innovative cabinet that will woo all who see it! Seeing is believing, so stop in at The Downtown Woodshop, 222 North Main, Gunnison.  $2250

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Invalid Chair

Posted on 9th February 2012 in Uncategorized

An interesting find:  This Invalid Chair is quite a conversation piece!  Needs work, but is historically significant to the right buyer!  Inquire for details.

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La Tabla de La Veta

Posted on 9th February 2012 in Uncategorized

La Veta Hotel Table

LA TABLA: Historically significant, this table is made from salvaged wood collected from around Gunnison and the table legs are fashioned from spindles that survived the historic LA VETA HOTEL fire. Offer: $750

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Frutas de Nuestro Tabajo

Posted on 9th February 2012 in Uncategorized

Salvage & Such

Frutas de Nuestro Trabajo: This small bookshelf is fashioned form salvaged wood, cabinetry, and ANTIQUE FRUIT CRATES. Offer: $35o

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Viva Veranda

Posted on 9th February 2012 in Uncategorized
Salvage & Such

Viva Veranda

The Miller’s:
Viva Veranda

Perennial flower beds and a chiminea outline the curved front patio that provides space for an outdoor kitchen, bbq and hot tub. The reclaimed windows and doors used to enclose the north wall are from Salvage & Such. The little building in the back is their son’s “club house” made from their old fence when they replaced it. The Miller’s are very proud of this space! They have also recently constructed a Vardo gypsy wagon!

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Cure for a Caravan Craving!

Posted on 3rd April 2011 in Uncategorized

Build and create your very own salvage inspired gypsy wagon!

See the steps (in photos below) utilizing a Salvage & Such reclaimed door for use to make the perfect, artsy door for entry into a whimsical caravan. This piece was submitted by Rick Miller, a man on a mission for a different mode of travel!   Efforts like this are the real backbone of the larger salvage mission to inspire people to think outside the box and be playful again! Salvage is a solution to more than just keeping usable materials out of the landfill.  It is about expanding your ideas, getting your hands dirty and revisiting that childlike imagination that makes life more interesting!  What would you build?

This one gets two enthusiastic thumbs up!  Nice work Rick and thanks for sharing!

From Rick:
“In a nut shell, we started it back in Sept. Saw one in town and thought that I needed one so I built it. I’m just about finished just have the roof finish to do, with luck this weekend! Way fun project!!,” Rick Miller, owner Miller Furniture.

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Old Stuff. New Style.

Posted on 16th March 2011 in Uncategorized

Welcome!

We like to find things, usable things.  So, we’re glad we found you!  We are a salvage and reclamation trio located in Gunnison, Colorado. Here you will find our annual sale promotion, featured funky backyard of the week, current salvage inventory and upcycled furniture pieces for purchase! Enjoy and feel free to join our conversation.  We will make this conversation continually interesting by providing our customers and followers with new inspiration on how to get in the game: Old Stuff. New Style.

Above: Vintage Two-plank Barnwood Tables, Art Carts, Trophy-head Coat Racks, Ladder Bookshelves.

Stay tuned…

 

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