All Posts Tagged With: "architectural salvage"

Renewed Materials, LLC

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Based in Cabin John, Maryland, Renewed Materials works to develop ecologically- and economically-sound alternatives for the design community. Their flagship product, Alkemi, is composed of 60% post-industrial scrap aluminum and can be used for a variety of interior-design fixtures — as a replacement, for example, for stone, plastic, or glass.


photo by: alyssa

Housewerks "specializes in unusual and carefully selected architectural antiques, industrial salvage, and one-of-a-kind finds. Serving designers, renovators, homeowners, architects, and the film industry." Located in South Baltimore in what used to be the Chesapeake Gas Company in 1885, it itself is a testament to the wonderful uses of old things given some added love. Their store room is immaculate and could be compared to a visit to a museum. Find other salvage centers in the surrounding area here .