They have a pretty nice mix of salvaged stuff, from windows and doors to sinks, toilets, and bathtubs in a variety of mid century pastel colors. I also saw several sets of metal kitchen cabinets, vintage stoves and refrigerators, and lots of surplus floor tiles, wood, door knobs, hinges, drawer pulls and more.
Here's what I saw:
How about a horizontal cabinet-style wall-mount fridge?! The lighting was lousy, but this looked to be a shade of pink or pinkish beige. It was tempting, but I have no place to use it.
Stove, they've got stoves. They're not giveaway prices, but most were between $150 and $250.
This one cracked me up - Pam at RetroRenovation, if you're tuning in here, the papers attached to this stove were a printout from your blog, I guess intended to highlight that metal kitchens and vintage appliances are valued.
I love the details on these pieces, but most had pitted chrome and/or cracks in plastic handles or glass lenses or other flaws.
This General Electric fridge was only about 5 feet tall, and dates to 1937 according to the tag. It needs work on the compressor, and seems to be in pretty good shape for a 75-year-old appliance, and priced accordingly.
How about these metal base cabinets for a kitchen sink? I like the angled faces on the drawers, and the pink boomerang Formica looks great even though it shows some wear on one side.
I saw several sets of metal cabinets, but in most cases I could not find a manufacturer's name inside the doors or drawers.
These Youngstown cabinets appeared to have been painted at one time.
This GE stainless steel Kitchen Center sink and counter top combo looked interesting, but it was laying on a shelf buried behind a bunch of things and I had a hard time getting good photos of it.
No sign of the accessories that went where the holes are.
They also had some other examples of what were once some great Formica patterns, but sadly everything I found was too messed up with scratching, drilled holes, or other problems.
This sink was so small, I'm guessing this came out of some kind of camper.
So, out of all this vintage goodness, I only hauled home this one small thing.
It looks like a Danish-styled pivoting TV stand.
For only $7.50, I figured I would see what I can do with it.