Here's a great way to recycle: re-purpose a pine floor joist from a 19th-century house as the perfect swing for your yard. Handmade in Pennsylvania, the tree swing encourages kids and the young at hear... Find the Repurposed Tree Swing, as seen in the Farmhouse Favorites Collection at http://dotandbo.com/collections/farmhouse-favorites?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=organic&db_sku=PGA0003
Front of Belle Grove , one of the grandest plantation homes ever to exist. Built in Iberville Parish, Louisiana between 1852-1857 for the cost of $80,000, it is said to be the largest mansion ever built in the South. Abandoned in 1925. No longer standing.
Unique table crafted from a 16' 600 year old "Sinker Cypress" hollow log that was recovered by the craftsman from the bottom of the Waccamaw River in South Carolina, sawn into lumber, dried and finally created this unique piece with a very detailed history behind it. The Cypress tree was cut from The Little Pee Dee River swamp in the 1890's and sank on it's way to the sawmill downstream and laid submerged for 115 years.