By Adalwolfa Grob. Kitchen Island. At Tuesday, January 08th 2019, 19:53:07 PM.
Over a barrel in Ontario. Homeowners Meaghan Gizuk and Trevor Arthur are very resourceful when it comes to using salvaged pieces around the house, and vintage wine barrels pop up in several rooms. In their kitchen a barrel topped with Carrara marble is small enough to walk around but just the right height and size for prep work.
Legs of iron in Washington. Salvaged pieces can lend an industrial look, and a big part of the industrial vibe in Cari and Greg Horning’s Washington kitchen emanates from the island. The legs are salvaged iron pieces, topped with a soapstone counter. Matching stools contribute to the look, also fashioned with salvaged iron legs but topped with reclaimed wood.
Reclamation and reuse in Montreal. Reclaiming and reusing are big parts of Dominique Leroux and Anne-Marie McSween’s ethos. When working on their triplex in Montreal, they did their best to reuse any wood taken out during the gut renovation, and turned to other salvage sources too. The minibar countertop in the kitchen is made of old flooring, and the countertops came from a local Mountain Equipment Co-op store that was getting rid of them. Water from the sink feeds into a greywater system via an Envirosink in the island.
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