Mantels, corbels, lighting fixtures, hardware, old doors, stained glass … whatever your old house project requires can be found at an architectural salvage business. Some will arrange for freight shipping for larger items. So check these out!
Aurora Mills Architectural Salvage
14971 First Street NE
Aurora OR 97002
phone: (503) 678-6083
email: [email protected] auroramills.com
Aurora Mills has scoured the countryside searching for reclaimed architectural items, decorative items, and garden features. Their warehouse is filled with vintage architectural materials, including clawfoot tubs, stained glass, lighting, marble and oak fireplace mantels, Victorian hardware, molding and so much more.
Columbus Architectural Salvage
1580 Clara Street
Columbus, OH 43211
phone: (614) 299-6627
email: [email protected]
Columbus Architectural Salvage is a resource for old house parts and reclaimed architectural elements. A wide variety of historic building materials, including antique doors, windows, fireplace mantels, lighting, hardware, wrought iron fencing, heat grates, and so much more! Shipping options are available.
ReHouse Architectural Salvage
469 West Ridge Road
phone: (585) 288-3080
email: [email protected] rehouseny.com
ReHouse saves redeemable antique, vintage and modern building materials from the landfill. Their salvage crew scours items from buildings scheduled to be remodeled or demolished. Reusable doors, hardware, old cupboards, lighting fixtures, mantels…you name it.
The Old House Parts Company
1 Trackside Drive
Kennebunk, ME 04043
phone: (207) 985-1999
email: [email protected] oldhouseparts.com
18th, 19th, and early 20th century American architectural elements are the name of the game at OHPC. Located in an 11,000 square foot 1872 freight warehouse, OHPC is a revolving door of architectural salvage including antique windows, doors, hardware, stained glass, lighting, fireplace mantels, moldings, sinks, clawfoot tubs, wainscoting, beadboard, stair parts, iron, old wood flooring and more.