Black Dog Architectural Salvage Roanoke VA


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Black Dog Architectural Salvage is located in Roanoke, VA (Southwestern Virginia) - 4 hours from DC - 3 hours from Charlotte. We specialize in reclaiming & renewing architectural elements from turn-of-the-century to mid-century modern homes, estates & buildings. Stop in & visit our 40,000 sq foot warehouse - new items arrive daily! Or visit us online @

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Black Dog Architectural Salvage Roanoke VA

  1. 1. Architectural Antiques Interior Marketplace & Gallery
  2. 2. “ One of America’s Best Salvage Shops” Country Living, February 2008
  3. 4. Over 40,000 square feet of treasures to explore!
  4. 5. We’re always ready to take your call!
  5. 6. Mike & his girls
  6. 7. Molly, the Original Black Dog
  7. 8. Molly & Sally taking a break!
  8. 9. Black Dog Salvage offers a wide range of architectural elements from the late 1800s to mid-1900s.
  9. 13. <ul><li>Renovation </li></ul><ul><li>Resources </li></ul>
  10. 14. We have a wide selection of Interior & Exterior Doors
  11. 15. More Doors!
  12. 16. Door Plates, Rosettes Key Escutcheons, Strike Plates
  13. 17. Mortise & Rim Locks
  14. 18. Vintage Plumbing & Hardware
  15. 19. Reproductions also available
  16. 20. Granite Remnants
  17. 21. <ul><li>Large Selection of Antique Wrought Iron </li></ul><ul><li>Salvaged from Egypt </li></ul><ul><li>between 100-200 years old </li></ul><ul><li>High Quality, Hot Banded & Riveted </li></ul><ul><li>Garden Gates </li></ul><ul><li>Balcony Railing </li></ul><ul><li>Fencing </li></ul><ul><li>Wall Accents </li></ul><ul><li>Custom Furniture </li></ul>
  18. 22. Made from two Antique Wrought Iron Transoms, this can be used as a decorative wall accent or table top.
  19. 23. Custom Antique Wrought Iron Balcony fabricated by Black Dog Salvage
  20. 25. Custom Wrought Iron Garden Gates fabricated by Black Dog Salvage
  21. 26. Custom Antique Wrought Iron Console Table
  22. 27. Side view of the Console Table
  23. 28. Custom Antique Wrought Iron Console Table with Walnut Top
  24. 29. Antique Wrought Iron Transom
  25. 30. Custom Antique Wrought Iron Balcony fabricated by Black Dog Salvage
  26. 31. Custom Bar made from Antique Wrought Iron and Salvaged Glass from a Mid-Century Cubicle Wall
  27. 32. <ul><li>Custom Designs </li></ul><ul><li>Reclaiming and renewing salvage is our passion. On-site is a custom wood & metal fabrication shop staffed with skilled craftsmen ready to take on any project. </li></ul>
  28. 33. Custom Driveway Gates
  29. 34. Custom Antique Wrought Iron Garden Gates made for photographer Simon Yao’s Home & Studio
  30. 35. Antique Wrought Iron Fearrington Village, Pittsboro, NC
  31. 36. Custom Iron Balcony and Railings
  32. 37. Back Bar made for Wildflour Cafe, in Old Southwest, salvaged from Southern Pawn in Downtown Roanoke. It now holds spirits & bread, a great combo! Thanks Doug & Evie!
  33. 38. Another view of the Back Bar & Custom Front Bar made from Antique Wrought Iron, reclaimed Cedar Beams, with Copper Panel.
  34. 39. Custom Bar made from salvaged doors, wrought iron, reclaimed walnut & copper top for Tony Pope’s Bistro
  35. 40. Custom Bar & Booths made for Rockfish Food & Wine
  36. 41. Custom Zen Bells
  37. 42. Sally showing off a Custom Zen Bell made from a salvaged gas cylinder, iron wheel, 18 th Century ladder rung and bulldozer tooth
  38. 43. Salvaged window guards from the VA Hospital’s Psych Unit c.1920 These were sent to an interior designer in California.
  39. 44. Turns out they were for Deepak Chopra’s Center for Living in California
  40. 45. Cabinet created from salvaged shutters, an antique window & iron as seen in This Old House Magazine
  41. 46. Cabinet made from salvaged barn doors
  42. 47. Custom Tables
  43. 49. Custom Table made from a Salvaged Antique Fluted Porch Column & Copper Top great for a breakfast nook, foyer or round of cards!
  44. 50. Custom Table made from salvaged aluminum cradles.
  45. 51. Custom Antique Wrought Iron and Copper Top Table
  46. 52. Custom Antique Wrought Iron Console Tables
  47. 54. Salvaged Antique Ceiling Tin Console
  48. 55. Custom Bench made from reclaimed wood and salvaged window guards.
  49. 56. Glass Insulator Candelabra
  50. 57. Custom Bed made from a salvaged 5 panel door.
  51. 58. Custom Kitchen Islands
  52. 60. Custom Wine Racks
  53. 61. Custom Star Brick Table
  54. 62. Even Custom Dog Houses! We were thrilled to be voted Best in Show for the first annual BARKitecture event benefiting the Roanoke Valley SPCA.
  55. 63. <ul><li>Interior Marketplace </li></ul><ul><li>Offering unique home & garden </li></ul><ul><li>Accessories from a select </li></ul><ul><li>Group of merchants </li></ul>
  56. 64. Devereaux House Fine Antiques
  57. 65. The Vintage Life
  58. 66. The Dot Spot
  59. 67. J. Pajenco, Inc.
  60. 68. Embellishments
  61. 69. Martinique
  62. 70. Ve Va Chi
  63. 71. SER ART Windmill Art & Curios
  64. 72. BOOMERANG magnolia
  65. 73. Belle Maison
  66. 74. Whiteside Designs Interior Design & Rug Outlet
  67. 75. Visit our growing Gallery of Regional Artists
  68. 76. Gill Pollard
  69. 77. Courtney Cronin
  70. 78. Alicia Berlin
  71. 79. Lee Penny Baker
  72. 80. <ul><li>Belle Maison features French, Cottage, Shabby Chic new and repurposed décor for home, garden and gifts.  Hand painted signs with custom orders available. </li></ul><ul><li>Devereaux House was created by two sisters who came from a family of collectors, Devereaux House offers fine, upscale antiques, accessories and rugs. The most recent collection showcases fine art including local artist, Nan Mahone. </li></ul><ul><li>The Dot Spot offer hand painted furniture, one of a kind designs, custom floor cloths, repurposed flea market finds – all at wonderful price points! Original acrylics and three dimensional creations are also available. </li></ul><ul><li>Embellishments encompasses a wonderful mix of furniture, original art, and accessories with a European flair. Fascinating finds await. </li></ul><ul><li>magnolia brings a contemporary perspective to the Memorial Bridge Marketplace. Furniture, new and renewed, lamps, accessories and art with a modern verve are available. Local artist, Bonnie Burt, is featured. </li></ul><ul><li>Martinique is a marvelous mix of old and new, traditional and funky. Come browse our selection of lamps, mirrors, pictures and accessories and you are sure to find something you can’t live without! </li></ul><ul><li>R&V Antiques & Collectibles – The “R” is Rick Barton and the “V” is Vicky Balander – both natives of Roanoke, VA with extensive experience in antiques & collectibles.  Vicky has over 20 years to her credit, first assisting her mother, Gloria Balander – a noted appraiser and merchant in the Roanoke area for many years.  Rick has been an avid collector of a wide assortment of goods for over 30 years.  Together, they possess an impressive range of knowledge in a variety of antique and collectible merchandise. </li></ul><ul><li>Tom Agnew Cabinetry featuring locally made cabinets, bookcases, and tables. Custom furniture and millwork available. </li></ul><ul><li>Ve Va Chi offers one of a kind unique gifts for all occasions including vintage jewelry, mirrors, art, accessories, and shabby chic furniture. </li></ul><ul><li>The Vintage Life Vintage books and religious artifacts can be found amidst an eclectic mix of antiques, gifts and home accessories. </li></ul><ul><li>Windmill Art & Curios features a charming collection of vintage art and curios. Custom collages available. Collage is a great way to keep and display special memories using old newspapers, magazines, books, encyclopedias and photographs. </li></ul>
  73. 81. <ul><li>Local Artists </li></ul><ul><li>Lee Penny Baker – local Roanoke scenes & note cards, watercolors Lee Baker has been painting professionally since 1978.  She paints the every-day beauty she finds around her: the flowers and scenes of nature, the charm of the city she loves.  Lee primarily uses water media such as watercolor or acrylic for her expressions. </li></ul><ul><li>Lee also has an ongoing series of prints & note cards of local Roanoke landmarks including: Mill Mountain, The Coffee Pot, H&C Coffee Sign, Central Mfg Offices, Dr Pepper Sign, Wertz Country Store Roanoke Weiner Stand, Passenger Station, Texas Tavern, A Roanoke Welcome, Tinnelle’s, Market Square South Roanoke Fire Station, Saint Andrew’s, Downtown Roanoke Fire Station,  Hotel Roanoke, Colonial American Bank, Grandin Village (Community Inn, Grandin Theatre) </li></ul><ul><li>Elaine Fleck – Mural Artist A two time winner of the Roanoke City Art Show‚ we are proud to have Elaine showcase a custom mural here at Black Dog.  She has designed a ‘Tuscan Garden’ mural that surrounds our waterfall in the garden room.   Elaine has been focusing most recently on custom murals and has a portfolio which includes commercial & residential clients, indoor & outdoor murals. Call Elaine for a personalized consultation @ 540-345-5932. Her most prominent mural‚ of swaying sunflowers‚ can be seen on 5th street in Old Southwest. </li></ul><ul><li>Ibby Greer My art is meant to bring the viewer back again and again to see new things in painting: not so much the thing itself (the cup or bowl or person) but the form: shapes, colors, ideas. I do not paint subjects or objects; I paint the shapes, shadows, and relationships that are seen by my artist's eye in the material before me. I have found that plates, cups, bowls, flatware, casseroles, egg dishes and other pieces of porcelain or pottery are good vehicles for my focus on shapes and shadows. And my palette knife work in bright colors finds meaning in groups of figures standing together. I see them as rectangles of color and relationship. Other people see people. I am also a poet and novelist, and in both painting and writing I try to evoke a smile and a nod of understanding, the &quot;aha&quot; moment. </li></ul>
  74. 82. <ul><li>Gill Pollard The first paintings that I did were of water, as I loved to study the waterscapes of impressionists such as Monet, Renoir, Sisley, and Pissarro. Some say that I am self-taught but how could I be with such remarkable teachers? I have also studied  the American impressionists and contemporary regional painters who are pushing painting just as the historical artists have. My goal is to capture the essence of a view and paint the things that made the subject interesting to me in the first place. </li></ul><ul><li>I look for places with bold highlights and shadows, as usually a good painting will follow. While learning to paint, a major breakthrough for me was learning to see what was really there. It seems obvious but to &quot;see&quot; as a serious artist or art collector is a major leap forward. If you can see in this manner you know what I am talking about, as it is a lot like learning a new language. My story about seeing is further complicated by the way I failed every colorblind test when in college; I must see color differently. </li></ul><ul><li>I enjoy painting water and began doing views of the water, wading out into it to get the perspective of what it looked like when I went fly-fishing. The colors flickering all across the surface were ready-made brush strokes. On those early paintings nature told me where to put the paint. I am still learning and growing as an artist, I enjoy it completely. It is what I am. </li></ul><ul><li>Page Turner </li></ul><ul><li>My assemblage pieces are formed out of vintage, antique items collected from all over the country. I collect bits and pieces of everything, things that trigger my memories. I enjoy the discovery almost as much as I enjoy recreating the elements into artworks. One tiny scarp of something can trigger an entire memory filled with smells, tastes and remembrances of the past. I have a strong connection to each and every element that goes into work. </li></ul><ul><li>I believe these artworks with the intention that the viewer will identify with an element or two that will trigger a memory of their own. Recollect a thought of someone or something long since lost. </li></ul><ul><li>SER Art – Shelly Latreill Original stained glass and art. Everything created at SER Art is a high quality, one-of-a-kind piece of art.Custom pieces available. With your personal contribution to the finished piece, it is sure to bring a personal touch to your home or business. </li></ul>
  75. 83. <ul><li>The Learning Channel’s </li></ul><ul><li>“ Moving Up” </li></ul><ul><li>With Doug Wilson </li></ul>
  76. 84. Black Dog Salvage had the opportunity to be on TLC’s “Moving Up’ with Doug Wilson
  77. 85. Mike, Borzo & Sally with the Custom Bar made for the show before heading up to NJ for the filming
  78. 86. It was a hot day of filming… here’s Doug with the Black Dog Bar
  79. 87. Mike, Susie & Doug
  80. 88. <ul><li>Garden </li></ul><ul><li>Statuary </li></ul>
  81. 89. High Quality Reproduction Garden Statuary made in North Carolina
  82. 90. Savannah Girl from the Garden of Good & Evil
  83. 92. Custom Mural by local artist Elaine Fleck Water Feature by Daybreak Natural Stone & Water Gardens The Stone Gargoyle from the early 1900s was found buried on our property
  84. 95. Star Bricks! Seen around town here in Roanoke. The patterns served a practical as well as decorative function as well. Since these bricks were used primary for sidewalks, the raised patterns prevented water from pooling, thus providing a solid, non-slip service for the walk.
  85. 96. Our customers in Hudson, NY used star bricks for their walkway .
  86. 97. They installed heating under the walk so that when it snows & ices the heater kicks in, there is no need to shovel and the bricks are protected from damage.
  87. 98. Come see us… Sally, the Salvage Dog, will be waiting!
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