The table here has a base made from old cast iron machine, was a steel cutoff saw I believe. Removed many layers of Navy gray, beautiful results. Top is Doug Fir old VG flooring with original varnish showing.
My fd. John gave me this brass plate recently, says "S.F." on it, we dont know what it came off of but its cool:) Console with primary reds and greens, etc.
Bought a very large (8 ft long ?) old pepsi cooler a few years ago from a mothballed 100 yr old hot springs resort in Lake cty, ca. I deconstructed it and had quite a few graphic panels from that. Here is a cabinet using a couple of those panels as doors. Great color.
Console, frame made from deconstructed old road hazard A frame. The embellishment has "Vogue" on it, no idea what from, but I liked it.
Here is a chimney cabinet made from 1/2 of old victorian era entry door. I removed the panel in the top of door replaced with beveled glass panel. Very cool hardware, the escutcheon is part of an antique pocket door pull, found in an antique mall in Coos Bay, Oregon.
"Teeter Rock", very cool vintage childs teeter totter I found at Sacto flea. Deconstructed it and used the graphic steel plates as drawer fronts on these nightstands. Bowling Lane tops, American Cherry trim and sides.
Found the base of this coffee table at Urban Ore, Berkeley. Old childs school desk. Made the top from VG doug fir T&G flooring, salvaged from 100 yr old farmhouse.
The chip carved oak panels I used for these doors purchased from Marin antique dealer. Arts and Crafts period, I believe. Rough sawn doug fir face frame, top is oak, resurfaced vintage dining table. Very nice antique hardware.
Metal frame on this shelf unit found at salvage yard. Shelves are old growth doug fir reclaimed from victorian paneling in formal dining room.