Architectural Salvage

vintage double marble sink with legs and backsplashFind the missing pieces at this online salvage source.

When restoring or building “old” new houses, local sources may be lacking. Online storefronts can fill this void, and Nor’East Architectural salvage is a fascinating find. The double marble sink with skirt and legs [top] is typical of their inventory — bet it won’t last long.  The website is a breeze to navigate and includes marble, soapstone and porcelain sinks, ironwork, lighting, reclaimed materials and so much more.

antique carved oak mantel with bow front shelf from Nor'East Architectural salvageThe fireplace section is full of mantels in many styles.  Some are stripped and ready to go, like this Peabody and Sterns carved oak mantel, with bow front shelf, while others are in need of a little TLC.  If ever in the South Hampton, NH area, I would definitely put it on the list to visit.  The website doesn’t mention shipping, but where there’s a will, there’s a way.

Don’t miss Jane’s Cinderella Fireplace, a salvage story with a happy ending.

(Source: Nor’East Architectural Antiques)

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4 Responses to Architectural Salvage

  1. Mark September 13, 2012 at 6:19 pm #

    Love salvage places. Thanks for sharing this new resource. I wish they had prices on their website, though :(

    • Allison September 15, 2012 at 7:22 pm #

      I agree! but thought the source was worth sharing. Glad you thought so too!

  2. Caroline September 16, 2012 at 4:50 pm #

    You may not know that I got all of my salvage from Nor’East. We talked often on the phone and pictures were exchanged for over 6 months. I purchased 2 soapstone sinks, stained glass windows , leaded glass widows, Arts and Craft windows, a large built-in china cab to use for display , a claw foot tub and 2 soapstone slabs for countertops. All was held in NH till i was ready for shipment. They then carefully packed everything and it arrived here in AL via Roadway truck. It was a perfect experience. My sinks are on their web page to show how they finish them before selling. The reason there are no prices is that nothing is “set in stone” as it were :) A wonderful company indeed. c

    • Allison September 16, 2012 at 11:38 pm #

      Caroline, I knew one of your sinks was purchased via Nor’East – and thought I saw it on their website. I didn’t know you got so much from them. Good to know, as they have a fabulous inventory. Thanks for letting us know! Allison

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