Second Use Salvage

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Friday afternoon I got lost for hours driving around ridiculous Seattle streets met Brian down in Seattle to check out Second Use Salvage. We didn't buy anything but I sure was tempted! There was so much to look at it is definitely a place to go for decor inspiration!

I have no idea what I would do with these coffee sacks but they were only $1 each!
I *REALLY* wanted both of these old locker baskets. They were $10 a piece and since I have no idea what I would do with them I used self restraint. They are however on my birthday wish list :)
I think that this old apartment mail holder thing would make for the neatest entry way table!
They had tons of old signage! If I ever find a Polo Pony there it will most certainly be coming home with me :)
I loved these barn doors! If we were in our forever house I would totally buy this barn door and do this to my fabulously huge walk in closet!

Our forever house will of course have a giant mudroom off of the garage lined with these old lockers so that each of our twelve kids can have their own space to store their backpack :)
I really wanted some of these skeleton keys but once again it was a case of "This is so awesome but I have no idea what I would do with it" So I passed which is probably a good thing since each key was $5 and that could add up quickly! Though I am totally keeping my eyes open for awesome skeleton key projects now!


twooten said...

What a great place! The coffee sacks would be cool in a frame on the wall. The skeleton keys would make great coat hooks...with several screwed to an old board to hang coats on, or towels, or purses, or whatever.

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Emily said...

I wish I was there so I could get teh barn doors. I need them for out new home.

Sandy said...

Wow, what a great place, i wish it was in New Bern! Or maybe it's a good thing it's not...

Ashley said...

Keri, your pictures seriously make me want to go to that place sooo bad! haha Tony and I's new favorite thing is antiquing, and we'd probably go every weekend if we could! We love finding new places with great old or refurbished pieces!

Jenny said...

I love that barn door too, it is beautiful. How fun!