Furniture made from architectural and industrial salvage
Thursday, May 30, 2013
We will be at the June 2nd Alameda show, Booths N2, 15.
Here are a few photos, several new cabinets. It has been two months since we have been to Alameda, I have been stocking up. We will have a huge variety of smalls from an large estate pick in Stockton, Ca. Antique bottles, canning jars, architectural elements, wood boxes,
wire baskets, trunks, etc. Many many unusual antique items. This will be our last Alameda show until October. I will still post regularly new items in our inventory. Should be beautiful weather, come out early for best selection.
side view chimney cabinet
This chimney cabinet has antique New Orleans shutter as door. Antique hardware, repurposed beadboard sides.
This cabinet has doors made from vintage coca cola cooler I purchased at Alameda last month. The bottom of cooler was rusted out but I just cut the sides out and made these two panels from the graphics. Faceframe is roughsawn doug fir framing stock, antique cast iron hardware
This blogs purpose is to introduce Bryan Appleton Designs to the internet community. I am a carpenter, artist, father, and an outdoor adventure enthusiast. I love to create furniture and other objects from relics gathered at flea markets, jobsite dumpsters, the local dump, you name it! These relics include antique victorian hardware, architectural elements from old houses, unique and interesting bits of painted wood, iron, and glass. Most of what I make is functional- a cabinet, hat rack, mirror, etc. Some things just sit there and look interesting. It is my passion, and I call it art! When I am not creating, I can be found hunting the local flea markets, scrounging thru dumpsters in Pacific Heights, or at play on my mountain bike or skiing in the Sierra's.