Don and Hal picked out this porthole-shaped window with an exciting project in mind.
After: Coffee Table With Character
The pair transformed the salvaged window into a gorgeous glass coffee table with iron pedestal legs.
Before: Old-Timey Telephone Booth
This old telephone booth was still in great shape when it was salvaged. The piece had tons of repurposing potential.
After: Dial Up the Wine
The team converted the antique phone booth into some "spirited" storage with both crisscross and display sections for wine bottles.
Before: Luggage With a Legacy
While many of West End Architectural Salvages' materials are purchased from secondhand sellers or "pickers" and have relatively unknown origins, this trunk was a family heirloom of one of their customers, the Lutter family.
After: Un-Truncated Trunk
Ron decided he could do something fantastic with the piece, reconstructing it into some super-cool shelving.
Before: Worn-Out Window
This rustic window and shutters was just waiting to be salvaged by the West End Salvage crew and turned into one of their "house ready" treasures.
After: Transformable Table
The window and shutter set became the perfect table for the Platts. Because the shutters fold down, the table provides plenty of seating while still fitting nicely in their oddly shaped kitchen nook.
Before: Surprising Scraps
When Ron bought the parts to an old hay rake from Steve, he was unsure what to do with the rusted relics.
After: Making Hay
However, with a little brainstorming, Don transformed the set into an striking steampunk chandelier with wine glass storage.