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    Bookcase w/ sidelights open...

    Bookcase - Built out of reclaimed, antique door, sidelights, and transom casing (Taken out whole as 1 piece) taken out of an old school house in New Orleans. Transom and sidelights are also the originals. We used reclaimed heart-pine to build the shelves, tongue and groove wall sheathing on the front bottom for the inside, and reclaimed cypress siding used on the other side for the exterior

    Table legs on both ends of the table. The old growth rings on top of the table legs are exposed and set flush with the tabletop.

    Middle table leg - table legs are 10" x 10" heart-pine sills (foundation) that were 40 feet long.

    15 ft. tabletop during construction. Materials reclaimed from one of our deconstruction projects of a historic mansion built prior to the civil war.

    15 ft. diniing table and chairs built out of the sills from a historic property we deconstructed. Table has original mortise and tennon joints that once held the house together. No hardware used on the table. (piece sticking up in middle of table w/ original wooden plug is and was how the table and house are held together in a number of places).

    Executive Desk - All reclaimed, antique materials - Heart-pine, wrought-iron from old handrails, and reclaimed slate roof tiles on the top

    Reclaimed Cypress window and various materials used to fill an open wall...

    Conference Table - reclaimed pocket door with original hardware used as the tabletop

    Conference table built out of reclaimed heart-pine and pieces of wrought-iron handrails

    Reclaimed, Antique Cypress Window Converted into a Mirror

    Heart-Pine Tongue and Groove Flooring we mill by hand in our warehouse. Far left is flooring milled from reclaimed lumber that once stood as the structures framing. Middle - Original 100+ yr old floors pulled out of the same structure. We refinish and remill the tongue and groove. Far Right - Can't give the secret away, but it's also a part of the house and just as old.

    Another 'Floor de Lis' constructed the same as the other and framed in reclaimed baseboard we pulled out of a historic property in New Orleans.

    'Floor de Lis' - Built out of scrap pieces of 100+ yr old, reclaimed heart-pine flooring. Routed a Fleur de Lis into the flooring after it was patched together.

    Idea for a blank wall...Old, reclaimed cypress window with heart-pine casing and reclaimed siding - Built for an office in downtown New Orleans.

    Bookcase - built out of 100+ yr old reclaimed cypress. Beveled glass and glass shelves not installed yet.

    Custom vanity built out of Heart Pine barge board reclaimed from a house built in the 1840's.

    Queensize headboard and footboard built out of 100+ yr old cypress flooring reclaimed from a warehouse in New Orleans