To keep the grounds sustainable, the landscaping incorporated permeable paving, mulches, recycled materials, locally sourced and site-salvaged materials and low maintenance, low-water demand and drought-tolerant plants.
Salvaging the structural beams from the former building allowed this entertainment pavillion to be built. It includes a wide-screen television, bar and refrigerator. The two banquette seats have storage areas underneath for entertainment supplies.
The white paneled walls and ceiling in this cottage dining room allow natural light to bounce off and brighten the space. Salvaged plank wood floors are dressed with two traditional runners that flank the dining table.
This family room, designed by Barry Dixon, calls on rustic touches to make the room a cozy gathering place. It features salvaged exposed beams, a two-story stone fireplace and a large wrought iron chandelier.
Honed marble is prone to stains, so HGTV's Kitchen Cousins created a custom wood chopping block out of 100-year-old flooring salvaged from homes around the area. A burned-on Kitchen Cousins logo adds a custom touch.
Across from the kitchen, this cute breakfast area is defined by salvaged wood beams on the ceiling. An interesting mix of furniture styles gives the space an eclectic feel, and an unusual chandelier serves as a focal point.
The neutral palette gives a peaceful mood to this charmingly rustic kitchen that features exposed brick walls, concrete floors and a birch beam ceiling. Kitchen cabinets from the 1950s were salvaged and topped with new butcher block countertops.
The living room takes on a more classic feel with a subtle gray wall color, fresh white trim, and a new fireplace mantel. The mantel was custom made from reclaimed cypress wood salvaged from a New Orleans home.
White Shaker cabinets help to brighten and open up this narrow eat-in kitchen. Salvaged hardwood floors and original crown molding give the space a classic, traditional look, while glass globe pendant lights and stainless steel finishes add contemporary flare.
The newly configured kitchen has a large center island, crisp white cabinetry with contrasting black hardware, new stainless steel appliances and custom vent hood. Joanna Gaines found vintage wooden corbels at a local salvage shop for the perfect finishing touch.
The pair of chairs and side table in this remodeled living room were salvaged from the old living room and refurbished. The chairs were reupholstered, and the table's glass top was replaced with more stately walnut.
Three rooms were combined in this cottage to create one big, bold kitchen. The original sink, which was the only salvaged item from the original kitchen, serves as the inspiration for the bright-red color scheme.
Space was limited for the corner breakfast area in this townhouse. A circular table fits best and a custom built-in wall unit provides storage without taking up space. The shelving is made with salvaged pine from local barns.
Salvaged wood that was cut and sealed creates a focal point in this transitional, white bedroom. The addition of built-in lighting maximizes space, while the vintage side table is made new with black spray paint to create contrast.
The living room makeover included a restoration of the fireplace with the old green tile replaced with Carrara marble for a timeless look. The shiplap above the mantel was salvaged from walls removed during demolition.