ABOUT USWe turn old things into new treasures by thinking beyond an item's original purpose and finding the innate beauty of its workmanship and history.
At Architectural Salvage Bank, we love locating hidden treasures, rescuing, reconditioning, and reimagining them into one-of-a-kind hand-crafted pieces. We turn old things into new treasures by thinking beyond an item’s original purpose and finding the innate beauty of its workmanship and history. By far the best part of the process is seeing the reactions of our customers when they find that hidden gem of a piece that’s perfect for their space in our showroom.
In our Tarpon Springs showroom we stock architectural salvage, antique building materials, furniture, lighting, doors, hardware, art, and nautical esoterica. Our eclectic mix of architectural antiques, furniture, décor, garden art and building materials is perfect for homeowners, designers, and architects looking for statement pieces, accents, or embellishments as well as retail, bar, restaurant, and commercial space owners looking to create a specific atmosphere.
As the oldest city in Pinellas county, Tarpon Springs is ideal for finding architectural salvage, nautical antiques, industrial fixtures, and eclectic items. The direct rail connection to New York City built in 1887 brought waves of wealthy Northerners and their prized possessions to lavish vacation homes. Additionally, the bountiful sponge banks offshore from Tarpon Springs drew sponge fishermen from Key West, the Bahamas, and Greece, creating a thriving maritime industry with highly varied cultural traditions. While the colorful history of Tarpon Springs lends to the incredible variety of treasures in our inventory, we don’t stop there. We search the entire Southeast looking for rare, unique, interesting, underappreciated items.
Our team of skilled carpenters, welders and designers is ready to assist you with your next project. If we don’t have what you’re looking for, we will find it.
Come on In!
9AM - 5PM
159 E Oakwood St
Tarpon Springs, FL 34689