Monday, August 23, 2010
OK, so maybe my head is still in renovation mode, so I can't help myself from writing about Artefacts one of Ontario's premier architectural salvage businesses. I know from experience, during the renovation process, how tempting it is to go to that big box store and pick out everything you need. However, your house starts to look like a big box store - soon you are whipping up dinner in your orange apron.
"Artefacts has sourced the best in architectural salvage from Canada and around the world - stained glass from the Annex in Toronto, carved gothic doors from a church in Woodstock, a wrought iron window guard from Egypt, panel shutters from Romania. For those looking to restore their old home or looking for an accent piece for a new home, Artefacts is the resource of choice".
Whether it is hardware, or a larger piece to customize a new headboard, Artefacts has unique items that makes your home your own.
Posted by 100 mile finds at Monday, August 23, 2010
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