Bring your creativity and we will help provide what you need to beautify your home and yard! Located in West Ashley, just 8 minutes from downtown Charleston, there is an unassuming facade at the back of a deep parking lot where you can let your imagination run wild! The collection, amassed over 25 years, includes doors, windows, mantles, balusters, case trim, tile, and columns from Charleston, as well as antique iron and building parts from around the country and around the world!
We never know what will come through our doors next, but every piece has its own story. Our vast and varied stock is constantly changing; we try to keep our photo galleries accurate and up-to-datebut there will always be more in our store. Please contact us if you are looking for something specific.
Antique Art Nouveau French doors. Antique bead board door with round window. Pair Vintage Bronze Clad bank doors.
We have a passion for architectural salvage and saving various architectural elements from hitting landfills. Shop our expansive and ever changing selection of all things architectural. Shop our selection of furniture, from tables and chairs to beds and consoles.
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Typical 4 panel door in yellow pine. The bulk of our stock comprises this style, from We have around a thousand doors in stock at any one time; too many to list.
Select a door from any category. We deliver. New Vintage doors, a new category of faithfully reproduced doors available in all sizes and styles.
Here are a few from our inventory. To purchase a door please secure a freight or delivery quote from us first by using the freight estimator on the item detail page. We'll contact you with the quote within 48 hours in most cases.
An Alternative to Demolition Where preservation of buildings in situ is not a possibility, preservation of their materials through salvage prevents these materials from being lost through disposal in a landfill. Preservation of Architectural Elements The materials we salvage are available to the public for sale at the Architectural Salvage Warehouse retail store where it may be purchased to use in historic preservation or home improvement projects. Salvaged materials are often less expensive than new materials, and have a special character that new materials do not. Financial Support for Preservation Once the ASWD is fully operational, we hope to donate funds to preservation organizations to support historic preservation efforts in metropolitan Detroit.