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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK!

WINTER HOURS (Nov - Mar) 9:30 - 5:30
SUMMER HOURS (Apr - Oct) 9:30 - 6:00

WHO WE ARE

We specialize in the reclamation of historic building materials. Give us a call if you have an upcoming building or demolition project. We are your architectural salvage & used building materials resource center!

GET INSPIRED

See what great minds have done with Earthwise salvaged materials here! For more great reuse ideas, Follow EWSalvage on Pinterest!

STRIKING SALVAGED LUMBER & TILE MANTEL

Andy Thomas, salvaged designer/contractor extraordinaire & Earthwise regular, picked up this chunky piece of lumber and added it to this fireplace to create this striking showpiece with modern metal and stone tile with plaster details!

Salvaged Lumber Mantel with striking modern tile details.

CHERRY DESIGN+BUILD

Cherry Design + Build – SEATTLE, WA

Sam Adams, Contractor/Owner

What to look for from Earthwise: Sam is great at seeing the potential within salvaged details & adding them to his projects to enhance their depth. This particular project includes salvaged corbels (gabled roof decorative braces) which pairs beautifully with the modern eclectic design aesthetic. 

Sam Adams Cherry Design + Build reclaimed corbels from Earthwise Seattle.

CHOPHOUSE ROW

CHOPHOUSE ROW – SEATTLE, WA

Liz Dunn, Principal, Dunn+Hobbes; MRJ Contractors

What to look for from Earthwise: Cedar paneling and reclaimed lumber throughout the project. According the project details, “Chophouse Row project on 11th Avenue, scheduled for completion in fall of 2014, will include 5,500 SF of retail, 25,000 SF of office space and three penthouse apartments. When completed, the mix of historic and modern structures will surround an outdoor retail pedestrian plaza in the center of the block that will also provide a walk-through connection from 12th Avenue to 11th Avenue. Salvaged materials will be reused throughout and the building will feature highly sustainable energy and water systems.

Dunn+Hobbes Interior Rendering Chophouse Row

TRICYCLE FITNESS

TRICYCLE FITNESS – SEATTLE, WA

Sally & Sara, owner & manager

What to look for from Earthwise: Sally & Sara came to us last year for help converting their newly leased space in NE Seattle (corner of NE 80th and 15th NE, near I-5’s exit 171) from a veterinary office to a fitness studio. They asked us to salvage the veterinary office cabinets, doors and many other things when they began opening up the space for their group fitness and personal training studios. We helped them choose some beautiful salvage finds to support their desire to use sustainable materials in their renovation of the space. We told them about our salvaged remilled fir beams, which they’ve used throughout the space to provide a warm and peaceful ambiance. Plus, they found some great salvaged sliding doors when they made a field trip to our Seattle location early in their renovation.

Tricycle Fitness Bikes & Salvaged Fir Wall Treatment

DO THE EXTRAORDINARY

DO THE EXTRAORDINARY – TACOMA, WA

Justin Kercher, CEO & Shaun Alexander, Co-Founder

What to look for from Earthwise: Striving to find the intersection of fashionable and sociologically and environmentally responsible athletic apparel, it’s no surprise they chose to use salvaged materials to outfit the boutique-style shop, including wood ‘jackets’ as wall paneling, reclaimed lumber for custom furniture and display shelving, and the main light fixture in the store made from a salvaged 5-panel door!

Do The Extraordinary Retail Store Tacoma

WINK EYEWEAR

Wink Eyewear – SEATTLE, WA

Michelle Bayle – Owner/Designer

What to look for from Earthwise: salvaged furniture, door hardware and barn door near to the exam room. Michelle also has an eye for design and sells vintage furniture and other finds that act as displays for glasses throughout the store.

Wink Eyewear exterior view in Seattle's Columbia City neighborhood.

TINKERTOPIA

Tinkertopia is a creative reuse center that  is “a destination for teachers, students, artists, crafters, inventors, makers, hackers, and tinkerers (of any age) in search of unusual materials for any creative venture.” Really, us Earthwise-ers feel there are no words that can quite describe what this place is like. You’ve gotta check it out for yourself!

Tinkertopia - Tacoma's Creative Reuse Center

POMEROL

Pomerol RestaurantSEATTLE, WA

Vuong Loc – Owner/Designer

What to look for from Earthwise: salvaged “butcher block” style table and bar tops milled at the #EWSalvage Tacoma location from reclaimed beams.

Salvaged doug fir butcher block tables in Pomerol, a French-inspired restuarant in Seattle's Fremont district.

MIOPOSTO

MiopostoSEATTLE, WA

Jeremy Hardy – Owner/Designer

What to look for from Earthwise: Reclaimed Doug Fir timbers as table tops, shelving, and seating.

“The sunny corner spot…has been totally gutted and redesigned, with owner, Jeremy, installing a brick oven made in Bellingham and fixtures fabricated in Napa from metal bands that once held wine barrels together,” writes Eater’s Sarah Billups, read more and see the gallery here.

MioPosto Bryant Seattle Dining Area

THE MAGIC ROOM

The Magic RoomSEATTLE, WA

John Lever – Owner/Designer

“Created as an intimate meeting space for businesses within the historical Pioneer Square district, this small conference room is chocked full of Earthwise goodness. From the massive wood-planked, light bulb chandelier to the industrial glass globes serving as ivy planters, The Magic Room shows your typically sterile work place a thing or two about reinventing office design using ‘upcycled’ materials.”

The Magic Room Detail Shot of Salvaged Frames and Light

BOURBON STREET BAR & GRILL

Bourbon Street Bar & GrillPUYALLUP, WA

Mike & Karen de Alwis- Designers/Owners

Sue Kidd, of The News Tribune remarked on the atmosphere, “Lovely wrought iron accents inside and out with wood-clad walls and a glossy decorated ceiling that required skyward gazing. It truly is an interesting looking restaurant and felt right for a New Orleans themed haunt…” Read more here.

Bourbon Street Bar and Grill Downtown Puyallup Building Exterior

STONEBURNER

StoneburnerSEATTLE, WA

James Weimann & Deming Maclise -Designers/Owners

“Following suit of their previous restaurants, Weimann and Maclise have enhanced the dining space with antiques and unique furniture from around the world.  In fact, some of the materials used to make the bar were exotic wood from the decommissioned Italian Embassy in Buenos Aires, vintage tin across the ceiling and repurposed floor from an old schoolhouse.”

Stoneburner Bar

ANTHEM COFFEE & TEA

Anthem Coffee & TeaPUYALLUP, WA

Jak Moroshan, Modco Design – Designer
Bryan Reynolds – Owner

“Our mission is to create unique experiences that change lives and bring people back. We do this by loving and serving people, by preparing top notch, hand-crafted food and beverages, and by creating an environment where real relationships are fostered.”

Anthem Coffee and Tea Puyallup Exterior

EPIC COFFEE

Epic CoffeePUYALLUP, WA

Craig Grip – Owner
Andy Greenwood – Craftsman/Designer

“Whenever we need unique treasures for our floor lay out and installations we always start with a visit to Earthwise. Their commitment to reuse, rebuild, recycle and repurpose is a trail blazing path we are glad follow. The organic flow of our designs integrate naturally with salvage materials and cuts out unnecessary waste that occurs all to frequently during the design stage of most business start ups.”

 

Epic Coffee Puyallup Salvaged Gym Flooring Table

RHEINHAUS

RheinhausSEATTLE, WA

James Weimann & Deming Maclise -Designers/Owners

“The Bavarian brain child of Deming  Deming Maclise and James Weimann Weimann…apparently, they recognized that it is impossible to go wrong with a place that provides bier, brats, and bocce in abundance.” Read the press release about the name change for Rheinhaus here.

VonTrapps Bocce Court

CENTRAL PIZZA COMPANY

Central Pizza CompanySEATTLE, WA

Eric Ellsworth, Ellie Rose, and Steve Scalfati – Designers/Owners

“The crew did a serious overhaul in prep for the place, including the installation of a reclaimed-wood bar counter from Lakeside High School’s 1967 gym floor. Which means you could have a pint on the same wood that alum Bill Gates might have played on…”  find out more from Seattle Met here.

Central Pizza Company Salvaged Gym Flooring Table

MACLEOD’S

Macleod’sSEATTLE, WA

James Weimann & Deming Maclise -Designers/Owners

Decorations include an old cast-iron gate from a small village in the Highlands and a collection of vintage signs that detail the distillation process. The most impressive piece is a custom-built “bar deck,” made from stained glass Maclise, Weimann and Allen Macleod (other owner) salvaged throughout their trip. The deck was inspired by the numerous Scottish pubs they visited…”

Maclouds Exterior

ANTHEM COFFEE & TEA|ALE|WINE

Anthem Coffee & Tea|Ale|WineTACOMA, WA

Jak Moroshan, Modco Design – Designer
Bryan Reynolds – Owner

“The ambience in the room is fantastic. Warm and cozy, but not dark at all! So much beautiful natural light streaming through the windows setting off the rustic charm in just the right amount!” see more from local photographer Chelle Nicole here.

Anthem Coffee Tea Ale Tacoma

POQUITO’S

Poquito’s Mexican Good SEATTLE, WA

James Weimann & Deming Maclise -Designers/Owners

“With an eye for composition and lighting, James and Deming brought together the collection of fixtures, metal and wood work, tile, and original construction to create a truly unique space in Seattle,” that is Poquitos (located in the circa-1912 brick building that occupies the corner of 10th and Pike on Capitol Hill).

Poquitos Seattle Mexican Restaurant

BASTILLE

BastilleSEATTLE, WA

James Weimann & Deming Maclise -Designers/Owners

“Owners James and Deming spent countless hours searching France and the US for the “bones” of Bastille. There are simply too many objects to mention here, but here’s the short list: Bastille Back Bar Piece – Made in Washington by French craftsman in 1903, Art Deco Sconces, Outdoor Terrace Railing – from MLK causeway bridge in Portland circa 1930…”and more here.

Bastille Dining and Bar

GRIM’S

Grim’s Restaurant & Lounge SEATTLE, WA

Pb Elemental Architecture -Designer

“Enjoy [the] Steampunk meets Silent Hill inspired atmosphere. Sit at reclaimed cafeteria-style wooden tables…Grim’s design boasts a plethora of reclaimed and reused items from the greater Seattle-area. Whether it’s the wood wall created from an old barn in Duvall, WA or bolsters from the old King Street Station that hold up the side counter, Grim’s leaves much for the wondering eye to devour.”

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