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Salvage Secrets in the Architectural Digest Gift Giving Guide, December 2011
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"Joanne Palmisano's new book, Salvage Secrets, shares sources, tips, and hundreds of beautiful photos of homes that have used salvaged materials in their renovations."
Casa Sugar Blog
It's a great resource for professional or amateur designers who have a resourceful, green approach to design projects. I would definitely recommend picking it up if you can!" Apartment Therapy
I’ve just seen one of the first copies—HOT OFF THE PRESS!—and I love it! New England Home Magazine
This guide with text and beautiful photos gives tips and examples for reusing and repurposing wood, glass, metal, stone, and other materials. World Wide Work
Salvage Secrets will be my bible... Salvaged Grace
If you’re new to actually using salvaged items, like I am, that’s where reclaimed material evangelist, designer and blogger Joanne Palmisano comes in. Her new book, Salvage Secrets, is the ultimate guide to getting started. Palmisano breaks down materials by type, with chapters on wood, glass, metal, ceramic and lighting, detailing the different uses for each one as well as practical tips, like how to sand old wood to reveal the character underneath. She also features real homes outfitted with reclaimed materials, from light fixtures fashioned out of recycled wine bottles to a vintage washstand turned into a modern bathroom vanity. When you finish the book, you’ll be armed and ready to search for your own trash-into-treasure find. —LIZ GRAY, HGTV BLOG, Senior Editor
Joanne Palmisano, an award-winning interior designer, is a project designer for DIY Network and stylist for This Old House Magazine. She scouts homes and gardens for many national magazines, including Better Homes and Gardens and Country Living. A design and marketing consultant for Peregrine Design Build and TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design in Burlington, Vermont, she is also a contributor for Houzz.com and a guest blogger for Rejuvenation.com. Visit her at SalvageSecretsblog.com.
Thank you for your interest and support. I'm thrilled to learn from the publisher, W.W. Norton, that the book has already gone to REPRINT!Yippee! The photos are by Susan Teare -- she rocks!
My Best, Joanne,oanne
|JUST ONE OF THE HUNDREDS OF CREATIVE SALVAGE IDEAS IN THE BOOK! |
(A Big Thank You to Anne at Arciform for bringing us to this amazing house!)