Architectural Salvage

Architectural Antiques

For over thirty years Architectural Antiques has taken a lot of satisfaction in knowing that each antique architectural element that passes through our store is just on it’s way to a better place, an environment where it will be just as appreciated as the home or building it recently left.And for those who believe that a single antique architectural element has the ability to transform a room or building into something of beauty and harmony, Architectural Antiques is a place for you . . . a place where that transformation is brought to an art.

1330 Quincy Street NE, Minneapolis ,MN

 

Bauer Brothers Salvage

From windows to doors, from fireplaces to floors, from new to antique, from plain to unique, Bauer Brothers has all your remodeling and construction supplies at huge savings over their original cost.

2432 Second St. N., Minneapolis, MN

 

City Salvage

City Salvage is proud to offer some of the finest and most unique antique items from the 19th and 20th centuries.Our retail store is packed full of architectural antiques, artifacts and little curios from all over the country. When in Minneapolis, please stop by our NorthEast warehouse. Our stock changes constantly with new arrivals daily. We deal exclusively in American antiques.

507 First Avenue N.E., Minneapolis, MN

 

Guilded Salvage Antiques

Located in the Camden neighborhood of Minneapolis, Guilded Salvage always has a great selection of light fixtures and hardware, kitchen cabinets and built-in buffets, room dividers, doors, trim and garden art.

4430 Lyndale Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN

 

Hunt & Gather

Located just East of 50th & France on Xerxes Avenue S, Hunt & Gather is packed full of old items, oddities, and rarities…you just have to look through a ton of stuff to find your gem.

4944 Xerxes Ave South, Minneapolis, MN

 

Northwest Architectural Salvage

While not a large salvage store, they have some great items for your historic home including lighting, doors, hardware, etc.

981 Selby Avenue,  St Paul, MN

 

22 Responses to “Architectural Salvage”

  1. Jason Fanth says:

    Hello, My wife Karen and I recently started a small side reclaiming and repurposing business. we have some things that people in the northern regions just don’t seem that interested in. I am looking for a buyer for some cool, very large, heavy and old industrial windows (and other things). please contact me for further information 218-232-6615 Thank You

  2. Chloe Andenas says:

    Our beautiful country church is closing its doors June 5, 2016. We have some beautiful stained glass window to sell. Let me know if you are interested. We have 17 Windows.

  3. Lynne Maris says:

    I love antiques!

  4. Anne King says:

    I was gifted a Stations of the Cross plaster relief, 4 foot x 3 approximately and have realized I have nowhere to put this. Looking for a good home with someone who collects Catholic icons or religious items.

  5. Weston Herman says:

    I have a set of 10 or more 7 foot high 2 panel doors for sale. These are un-paintedoak doors with high quality hinges and stell knobs. They came out of a large convent in southern Minnesota. Please contact me 651-399-1033

  6. Hello,
    We have changed locations. I wonder if you can update the address for us on this site?

    2800 Washington Avenue North

    Thanks,
    Jennifer Jansen
    City Salvage

  7. Mary Pietsch says:

    Hello –

    I am interested in selling an antique Italian marble statue and pedestal. I am writing to see if you might have any interest in purchasing the item. It is a 32” high Italian marble pedestal, top is about 10.5 inches square. Statue on top is “Rebecca at the Well”, 32” high, pink and white marble. It was originally designed with a light (no holes in the statue, there is marble column behind the statue which the globe sit on that is for the wiring, however the wiring has disintegrated with age). Note the pedestal is in connecting pieces.
    Thank you for your consideration

  8. MIKE SPERRY says:

    if still available let me know how much. Thank you, Mike

  9. Nancy Isaacs says:

    I have several sheets of 1 way mirror glass sheets old and heavy 4ft x 8ft. late 60s ..early 70s my guess. Are you interested in buying them?

  10. Shawn Paschke says:

    I am replacing a large picture window in my house, measures roughly 101″ x 54 1/2″. It is a beautiful picture window, seeing if anyone has any interest in it?

    Please contact me.

    Shawn Paschke
    701-371-5477

    I am in West Central Minnesota

  11. Cynthia Hall says:

    In search of a solid OAK closet door for a 1932 Tudor home. Size: 23 3/4 wide, 79 1/4 tall and 1 3/4 thick. OK if painted or slightly scuffed. I have hardware (glass knobs) that I can switch out if need be.

  12. Lisa Marisa says:

    I am looking for a cool antique type door that I could use for the door to an interior wine cellar. Even better if it has wrought iron on it.

    call or text 612-865-1213

    Thanks!

  13. Beth Tolaas says:

    I am looking for a wooden front door for a 1923 bungalow. Windows are okay if they are small and higher up. The current door is 36″ x 79″.

    Call or text 651-485-5448.

    Thanks.

  14. Midge L says:

    Looking for two fixed windows for gable area – rectangular, trapezoid or triangle would work.

  15. Kim Weinzierl says:

    Hello, I am in the process of helping my parents sell two homes located in Russell, MN. One is livable and one would be a home for reclaiming items. It is a home form the late 1800’s early 1900’s with all the old woodwork, pillars and beautiful doors. If you would be interested in reclaiming the one house please contact me and I would be glad to show you. We have items in the reclaim house that need to be removed and sorted among family members first. Call or text me at 612-723-1510

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