SalvageFaire is getting its kitchen and meeting areas manifested as we watch.
This is a great set of images to light up your imagination about all of the great things that will happen once we have this space up and operational.
We are putting together a kitchen fit for cooking for our Friends. Its completely build from salvage that we mix and match to blend. From stainless steel doors and walls from bathrooms now long gone, and kitchen parts from houses that we salvaged and tore down, the product will include so much that most will be surprised, for it will not look like trash at all but cost much, so most surmise
The add on will be for the sink, fridges, and the outside service window for when events are going inside that need to remain private, outside guests will still get refreshments.
Kitchen with counter made of all the parts we found. Mesquite for the service counter, posts from the early 1800’s, and so much more to come.
Another great shot of the wainscot and a bun warmer.
Here is the view through the walls of the sound studio/ seminar studio where the pre-civil war logs are used to carry the walkway to the two apartments on the 3rd floor.
This came in long and short panels that go end to end to wrap the room.
Here is a three slot Jenn Air cooktop that will be used to cook the meals with, along with crockpots and blenders, juicers, and Love.
Here is a view of the double oven that come out of a 2 million dollar home we salvaged. It had barely ever been used, perhaps 10 times.
Here is the great wainscot from Buffalo NY down here in Texas.