A few distinctive reclaimed items from historic places can take your space from plain rugged to rustic luxury. Architectural salvage always carries a story with it. When you know the story of your items, you can surround yourself with the fascination and warmth of times gone by in your contemporary setting. Take a look at how these homeowners transformed their cabin in Idaho with a few select items from Olde Good Things.
This salvaged gate highlights an entry to the cabin. OGT iron and wooden gates can be used both functionally and for decor, depending on the piece you select and your needs. Gates are available in various architectural period styles for a solid statement piece.
OGT end tables bring together a cozy living area and add functional, beautiful surface space to the bedroom. OGT salvaged furniture and building materials are green; we negate the waste of the manufacturing process and keep fine, older furnishings out of landfills. Our reclaimed furniture is also higher quality than what you can find in stores today, whether it is an intact salvage piece or one of our pieces designed in-house. You can find just about anything you are seeking — farmhouse tables, end tables, coffee tables, accessories, and lighting when you browse our quality reclaims.
Notice how this OGT mirror complements a rustic contemporary bathroom in the Idaho cabin. Our mirrors are salvaged from some of the most famous architectural landmarks. There are a wide variety of frames to choose from, including various metal and wood mirror frames, and stunning copper frames! Visit our line of altered antiques to see what we have available. We are always glad to offer suggestions on specs, design, and framing.
An industrial rustic fire door adds a wow factor to the cabin’s kitchen. This piece gives an edgy look to the overall design. You can see how the metal complements the prevalent wood in the cabin, giving the entire space sheen and texture.
We have doors for every use, many of them from iconic buildings. Check out our wide selection of salvaged doors in every style. Some of our latest includes doors rescued from the famous Waldorf Astoria in New York City!
The clients were pleased with the result of incorporating these charming home elements to their “little” barn-house in Idaho, as they call it. It only takes a few significant pieces to change the shape and feel of a space. Olde Good Things has a little something for everyone. Contact us for ideas today, or visit one of our locations.