East End Salvage began out of true love, a real passion for beautiful things. As an interior designer, owner Kacie Lyford is always looking for items that are truly unique and will become the centerpiece of a room. Incorporating reclaimed architectural salvage, aka “old house parts”, into a newly designed space adds instant character. Salvaged pieces like floor tiles that were laid in century-old sanctuaries, cast iron windows that once filtered light into industrial buildings, and 16th-century cupboard doors saved from a French chateau are the items that make my heart race. And it's items like these for which Kacie and husband Robert are always seeking.
East End Salvage is open to the public by appointment only, but it opens as a pop-up market twice a year. Follow their website for details.