Our 1854 Suburban Farm House

Our 1854 Suburban Farm House
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Baby Blue

Baby Blue
love is all you need...and an old truck!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Reclaimed Brick cont.

Back at the farm,Sanford and Son just couldn't leave well enough alone...poking the walls like a kid poking a dead frog with a stick...one of them sorta poked just a we bit too hard,then with the winds and rain on the weekend...guess what......
 above..the living room...east side of the house...nice wallpaper..once upon a time....nice house
 there is a happy ending...
 the bricks are going to a good home..the walls were three bricks deep, they are like new..this has kept Sanford and Son busy all week..at least I don't have to worry about them getting killed in the house now..the barn is progressing along too,here's before..
 
and after, and here's a recap of the past couple weeks...
 

3 comments:

Just Beachy said...

those bricks are all spoken for ???:(

Carriage House Antiques said...

Hi Chris

how many do you need? I'm sure there will be leftovers.

Canadian Cottage said...

Hi Natalie!
Wow this is so interesting to watch this process. I always wondered where salvage stuff came from. I saw Sarah Richardson used reclaimed brick on her farmhouse.
Hope you are having a nice weekend!
Janice