This stunning, one-of-a-kind light fixture in the dining room has been crafted from 36 vintage glass bottles and refurbished wooden studs. Add some LED lighting and you've got an illuminating conversation piece at your next dinner party.
This dining room hutch looks like it was custom-made for the space, but in reality it was salvaged from the original house. With its new coat of paint, it's ready to live a new life in this beautiful lakeside bungalow.
Eagle-eyed Dylan Eastman spotted these chairs in the original home and new they could have a second life in Blog Cabin 2014. New paint and modern chevron seats create the perfect balance between old and new.
Here, we took great care to save the home's original fold out ironing board during renovations. With a crisp, new citrus-inspired cover, this little piece of history has been given the honor it deserves.
When Blog Cabin fans voted for a raised metal fire pit, they might not have known that they saved a tiny bit of the past. This grate was taken from the home's original furnace and will keep the new homeowners feeling cozy when the sun goes down.
This door is a carefully preserved piece of the original home. The glass panels complement the breezy lakeside feeling throughout the house, while its style sets the perfect tone in this Floridian bungalow.
The unique and useful message center in the guest room features some stunning salvaged storage. Blog Cabin's original icebox has been repurposed into a space saving sideboard. This custom piece is both fresh and functional.
The ingenious project manager Dylan Eastman knows a thing or two about preserving the character of a space. This sheet metal, taken from the original home's furnace, features the family's name. Dylan carefully trimmed around the lettering while making this fantastic countertop in the message center.