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Jan 19 2013

Architectural Salvage

Category: Beautiful Doors,EgressLori @ 11:19 pm Comments (7)
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Sorry for the interruption in my series on wired glass – I will continue it shortly.  But this is a travel week for me, and I couldn’t fly to sunny Florida without a quick trip to see my mom.  Today I dragged her to an architectural salvage company to see if they had any interesting old doors and hardware.  They had A LOT of doors – some really ornate and huge, and a room full of hardware…

 

 

 

But they also had something else I knew would be of interest to y’all.  I’ve already emailed them and hope that they’ll take it seriously and rectify the problems.  I’ll have to send Mom back to check.

7 Responses to “Architectural Salvage”

  1. Brad Keyes says:

    Most daughters take pictures of their mother when they visit them… Not Lori!

  2. Cda says:

    Neat pictures

    Funny door company blocking doors

    I do hope you have your mother on the clock !!!!! With travel expenses

  3. Don Hicks says:

    Those are some cool looking doors. It makes you wonder how long they have been keeping them.

    Thank you for keeping me informed and entertained all year long. You found a neat little niche (spelling?)

    Have a great time in Florida.

  4. mary grace says:

    Can you tell me where the FL salvage company was located? I am looking for a couple of doors here in FL! Thanks

    • Lori says:

      Hi Mary Grace –

      Sorry for the delay – I didn’t see this until now. The company is called Sarasota Architectural Salvage.

      – Lori

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