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Salvaged design & gardening lover, Sam N. of Everett, WA invites us into her backyard oasis complete with salvaged fairy garden details, reused radiators and even a greenhouse studio from reclaimed windows and doors from Earthwise!
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!
When Jessica & Alex discovered this reclaimed window at the Seattle location of Earthwise, they knew it would make the perfect addition to the complete overhaul their historic home was waiting for! We also <3 that they took their #EWFamous shot with the SOLD tag still on 😉
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.
Bruce used reclaimed branch lumber from Earthwise Salvage in Tacoma to create storage with character! It looks so organic!
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.“
EWSalvage regular in Tacoma, Greg Theer makes and sells these absolutely unique birdhouses from salvaged tools, lumber, and anything else he can find! All proceeds go directly towards funding his “son’s education, where he’s a freshman at WSU.”
Patricia T.’s outdoor space is more private but still breezy with the addition of salvaged shutters.
Scott M. reclaimed this piece of live-edge lumber and refinished it for this stunning outdoor bench.
Peggy created this salvaged door bed frame from doors of various sizes and styles salvaged at Earthwise in Seattle.
Reclaimed lumber remilled from salvaged timbers in a former Seattle warehouse, re-envisioned as this oversized Window Desk from Tyler D.
Scott C. salvaged sewing machine legs and a beautiful beam ,reclaimed from the Port of Everett via Earthwise, is the cherry on top of this console table.
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.
Tin ceiling is magnetic and we loved the detail on this one so decided to make an adorable memo board. We’ve also seen it used in wall and backsplash applications, as well as replacement decorative backer boards for furniture and cabinets.
Kristen D. salvaged all sorts of vintage doors from the Tacoma location for this privacy fence.
Kelley’s all-in-one kitchen cart made from salvaged windows, shutters, lumber and stone definitely doesn’t lack character or usability! She’s a local handy-woman in the Seattle-area (SheFixedIt), and this is just one example of her love for using salvaged materials in projects whenever possible.
Reclaimed wood jackets reused as wall paneling in Mike’s entry adds warmth and character to an otherwise unnoticeable space.
Destiny’s reclaimed lumber and window coffee table features a beachy shadowbox under the operable window top, as well as a hidden side door (or maybe pet home?!) to accommodate extra storage needs.
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!
Dan C. creatively reused this stove pipe cap by converting it into exterior light fixture.
Liz F. stacked and staged these salvaged yellow and blue metal cabinets from Earthwise in Tacoma for her living space, adding industrial visual interest and TONS of storage at the same time.
Jake’s salvaged radiator is heating once again in his Seattle home. Love the new powder coat in a japanning-style – a true era finish!
Gerry H. strikes again with these salvaged mailboxes for his colorful garden (See below for more of this great space!).
Inspired by the salvaged gym flooring, David G. turned it into a workbench counter top.
Tacoma’s Briana B. salvaged this picket fence section for her new headboard – love the addition of the reading lights on each side as well.
Amanda D’s salvaged this window insert from our Tacoma location and turned it into an adorable mirror which fits perfectly in her nursery.
We’re betting Cathy G.’s cat isn’t the only one enjoying this window seat and storage area created from salvaged moulding, lumber and drawers from the Seattle store.
Carol wanted a unique planter for her garden – she salvaged this vintage washing machine part and ouila!
Seattle-based Designer, Marla Moore, took some rather ferocious looking vintage saws from Earthwise and turned them into quite beautiful pieces of art! Find out more about her ‘Things Remembered’ project and drool some more over her stylized designs and swooshing calligraphy on her blog.
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.