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.
The 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. Others are in need of a little TLC. If ever in the South Hampton, NH area, I would definitely put this on my list to visit. The website doesn’t mention shipping, but where there’s a will, there’s a way.
(Source: Nor’East Architectural Antiques)
Don’t miss Jane’s Cinderella Fireplace, a salvage story with a beautiful ending.
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