Art & Architecture: Remodel with Salvaged Materials

Art & Architecture: Remodel with Salvaged Materials

Laurie McGinley
Oct 6, 2011
  • Location: Minneapolis, MN
  • Specialty: Specialists in antique lighting fixtures, hardware, mantles, windows and other architectural items
  • Price range: $-$$$
  • Website:

Art & Architecture has a variety of items for a variety of budgets.

Remodeling with salvaged materials is more sustainable than using new materials because you keep waste out of landfills and prevent new materials from being manufactured. It can also add character to a room that a newer material could never yield. Minneapolis-based Art & Architecture sells unique salvaged materials for a wide range of remodeling needs.

Art & Architecture specializes in antique lighting fixtures, hardware, mantels, windows and other architectural items. The best part about visiting the store is being able to search for just the right piece of hardware. They have a variety of sizes that are organized and easy to sort through. Their inventory is constantly changing and here is a small sample of what they have to offer right now.

Descriptions of photographs:

  • Assorted glass door knobs
  • Wood working bench from an organ factory near St. Louis, MO
  • Drawers from the same organ factory
  • Revolving door enclosure from Conrad Hilton in Chicago, IL
  • Four chairs and weathered maple butcher block island

Art & Architecture is located at 3338 University Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN. They are willing to ship items. Please contact them for shipping details.

(Images: Laurie McGinley)

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