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Trending on Remodelista: For the Love of Salvage

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Trending on Remodelista: For the Love of Salvage

February 24, 2024

What’s not to love about salvaged finds? Using reclaimed wood, a castoff kitchen sink, vintage lighting, or old moldings in your project may not only save money but add one-of-a-kind charm. Remodelista does a deep dive this week on designers that specialize in reimagining the old.

A Parisian kitchen by Retrouvius, masters of reuse. Photograph by Tom Fallon, from Kitchens of the Week: 5 Retrouvius Designs Composed of Salvaged Parts.
Above: A Parisian kitchen by Retrouvius, masters of reuse. Photograph by Tom Fallon, from Kitchens of the Week: 5 Retrouvius Designs Composed of Salvaged Parts.
Learn Zio & Sons&#8\2\17; favorite things to salvage in Expert Advice: 9 Things to Source from Salvage, with Zio & Sons. Photograph by Martyn Thompson, courtesy of Zio & Sons.
Above: Learn Zio & Sons’ favorite things to salvage in Expert Advice: 9 Things to Source from Salvage, with Zio & Sons. Photograph by Martyn Thompson, courtesy of Zio & Sons.
The partners behind Atelier Vime have updated a childhood home while keeping its &#8\2\20;atmosphere and atmosphere.&#8\2\2\1; Photograph courtesy of Atelier Vime (@ateliervime), from Atelier Vime in Brittany: An \18th-Century Childhood Home Lovingly Updated.
Above: The partners behind Atelier Vime have updated a childhood home while keeping its “atmosphere and atmosphere.” Photograph courtesy of Atelier Vime (@ateliervime), from Atelier Vime in Brittany: An 18th-Century Childhood Home Lovingly Updated.

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