Sometimes we have to think outside of the box when we want to re-use a piece of architectural salvage, and sometimes we don't.  On this page, you will find our products being put to work in traditional and out-of-the-ordinary ways.



An eclectic room using elegant materials that are both refined and rustic all at once,
being allowed to show their age and pieced-together appeal.

WHAT?  Salvaged pressed-tin ceiling, brass light fixtures,
leaded-glass windows, trim, and heart pine bead board.

WHERE?   Pinch of the Past's Greensboro, GA location.



A salvaged balustrade from our shop finds a new home across the loft of a north Georgia cabin. With the paint stripped and a finish added to match the home's original knotty-pine, one would think it had always been there!
WHAT?  A restored wooden balustrade.
WHERE?   A residence in Greensboro, Georgia.

A bold statement in a lavatory using pressed tin ceiling panels on the walls - clear coated just as they were found.  This versatile look could even be made formal by stripping the pressed tin and bead board, and giving it a smooth new coat of paint.  The old enameled iron sink could even be placed on top of a wooden table or lowboy for a console sink with storage!

WHAT?  Salvaged pressed-tin ceiling, 1920s enameled sink,
stripped and clear-coated steel medicine cabinet,
nickel plated scallop-shell soap dish, and heart pine bead board.

WHERE?   Pinch of the Past's Greensboro, GA location.



An antique 5-panel heart pine door - stripped, sanded, & set in a frame - becomes a queen-size headboard!

WHAT?  An antique door and salvaged crown molding.
WHERE?   For a client in Savannah, Georgia.