Reconstructed, reuse, recycled, reclaimed kitchens...
These kitchen cabinets are reclaimed furniture pieces (chests-of-drawers, buffets and display cases) painted back. Note the cabinets to the left of the sink. kitchenbuilding.com
Salvaged wood cabinets painted a dark color, then while the paint was still wet, the doors were scorched using an acetylene torch. By designer Gloria Frame, www.apartmenttherapy.com
Shelves and countertops are made of galvanized metal and the cabinetry is made from old fencing. Vintage truck springs, used as stools, were found at Artefact Design & Salvage. Designer and owner of the house Ken Fulk spotted the vintage industrial pendant lights at the Paris flea market. www.housebeautiful.com
Old wooden beams hold up a sheet metal covered island. www.countryliving.com
Old Barnwood Kitchen Island. www.countryliving.com
Recycled kitchen. Corrugated sheet metal never looked so good -- who would have thought...
Old wooden crates as cabinets. fancyhouseroad.com
German designer Katrin Arens, who lives in Northern Italy, blends old pallets and ancient wood with stone and white paint. www.katrinarens.it
Salvaged wood island. Note pull out metal carts. Via desiretoinspire.net
Barnwood kitchen. This kitchen uses Ikea frames, the doors and drawer fronts of planks from an old barn. (Yes, you can buy Ikea frames without the doors.) The worktop is cast in concrete. www.kitchenbuilding.com
Pallet wood kitchen cabinets.
New Moon Cottage Long Beach Island, NJ
Designed by: Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
Photo: Sam Oberter Photography
A salvaged marine metal bouy as island base. The table rolls.
By Peter Reiquam via: seattletimes.com
Reclaimed wood ceiling and cabinet.
Salvaged cabinet, wood walls and lighting fixtures. Via: hintoftruth.com
Reuse kitchen. Stainless restaurant sink and counter. Old lockers. Via remodelista.com
Industrial finds, more chalkboard paint. Via: kitchenbuilding.com
Old restaurant counter as island, stainless steel cabinets. desiretoinspire.net
Russell Bloomfield shows off his kitchen made of reclaimed items sourced from building salvage yards. www.dailymail.co.uk
Salvaged kitchen cabinets, primitive teak tables, chalkboard paint as backsplash.
Chalkboard paint comes in many colors these days... www.jeanierhoades.com
Chalkboard paint, white shelves and old wood. www.countryliving.com
Small efficient fridge, old cupboard, white board walls, rag rug. eatlivewear.tumblr.com
Old table and chair/bench. Simple Ikea-like cabinets, stainless counter, a shelf and lots of jars = nice look. Via: www.housetohome.co.uk
Anchored by a stock island customized with oversize corbels, the room features almost entirely second-hand (or third- or fourth-hand) finds. Love the chandelier. Lots of tips here: www.thisoldhouse.com
Planked cabinet doors with wood bars for handles.
Reclaimed cabinets. Started with a walnut cabinet from the Rebuilding Exchange, then added various aged lumber that they locally accumulated- douglas fir floor joists, cedar fencing, walnut doors and panels, pine shelving, both natural and painted white. To preserve the color of the wood, the cabinets were coated with wax. dilettantestudios.org
Dilettante Studios dilettantestudios.org
Reclaimed wood cabinets.
By Gianpaolo Zandegiacomo.
What to do with those old cabinets. Metal cabinets turned into a woodwork shop. www.garagejournal.com
A couple found this kitchen island for almost nothing and freshened it with a pine top. The refrigerator, originally a dull brown, looks brand new thanks to an automotive painter. Read more: www.countryliving.com
Plants really brighten up old metal cabinets. Cabinets have library pulls. marieclairemaison.com
Salvaged barn wood kitchen. Via: www.atticmag.com
Over the top large, not a 99% kitchen, but at least they used recycled elements! Salvaged wood island, unhoned slabs of stone for countertops, inexpensive local stone back splash and salvaged wood doors. www.houzz.com
Green Demolitions of Fairfield, New Jersey and Greenwich, CT receive donations and consignments of pre-owned kitchens and showroom displays from all over the U.S. and then resell those kitchen and baths at deeply discounted prices. Donation proceeds benefit Recovery Unlimited, whose mission is recycling, creating jobs, providing affordable kitchens (and various other items), and funding 501(c )(3) charitable outreach programs. To donate or buy, see: www.greendemolitions.org