25% Off All In Stock Items thru May 2nd.  A new container full of garden items including urns and fountains.  Lots of recent purchases including antique and reproduction doors, hardware, mantels, stain glass, lighting, furniture and much more.
Architectural Salvage has been providing original and reproduction architectural antiques and elements to designers, builders, collectors, home-owners, and curious creatives since 1985. With 24,000 square feet and four architectural salvage yards in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, we offer thousands of unique, unusual, and hard-to-find home decor items to a national clientele. You will find evidence of our one-of-a-kind treasures in distinctive homes, memorable restaurants, innovative corporate environments, and elegant gardens.

From our large inventory of antique light fixtures, mantels, entryways, and backbars, you can choose from a constant stock of unusual items. We specialize in reproduction mahogany entryways with leaded glass, but also offer a diverse assortment of architectural antiques including pool tables, antique door hardware, sinks and plumbing fixtures, stained glass, armoires, pedestals, statuary, ceramics and pottery, chimney tops, chairs, tables, stonework, weathervanes, ironwork, and much more. Unique architectural garden antiques and yard items such as terra cotta, iron gates, fountains, and outdoor furnishings are also available.

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Architectural Salvage, W.D. Inc., 614 - 618 East Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202
PHONE: 502-589-0670 --- FAX: 502-589-4024 --- EMAIL: info@architecturalsalvage.com
Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday and 10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. on Saturday

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Since 1985, designers, builders, collectors
and curious creatives have made us a natural resource in their quest for the
unique, unusual and hard-to-find architectural antiques.