Building handcrafted furniture using reclaimed wood that will last a lifetime.
Building handcrafted furniture using reclaimed wood that will last a lifetime.
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Grand Opening In Ellicott City, MD!

Grand Opening In Ellicott City, MD!

We officially opened a Third location in Ellicott City, MD! You can shop in downtown Ellicott City and find us at Taylor' Collectives . Located at 8197 Main Street Ellicott City, MD 21043. Our items are located on the first floor in the back.

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Lititz Barn Tear Down

Lititz Barn Tear Down

My wife's parents own a farm in Lititz, Pa. The farm was built in 1776. They have an old barn on their property that they used as a detached garage for years. In the last couple years it has deteriorated beyond repair. They asked if I would take it down for them and I could keep the wood. I was thrilled! But still not sure how I was going to take this thing down all by myself. So I said yes I will take it down for you. I started with the roof and worked my way down. It was a lot like my...

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Grand opening in Lititz!

Grand opening in Lititz!

We officially opened a second location in Lititz, Pa. You can shop in downtown Lititz and find us at The Mustard Seed Boutique  Located at 36A East Main Street, Lititz, Pa 17543. Our items are located all around the shop but mostly in the back room. Be sure to visit us and checkout the coolest small town in America!

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Welcome!

Welcome!

 Welcome to our blog! I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Austin and I started the shop in April of 2012. At that time I had been running a remodeling company for 5 years and I was asked (by my amazing wife) to make a TV cabinet for our home from a old Barn door. The Barn door was from a local barn that was built in 1830 and it had a lot of character. Once I built The Cabinet friends and family wanted other pieces made. So I decided to start Reclaimed Art. I grew up on a...

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BaseBall Bat Bed Frame

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BaseBall Bat Bed Frame

    I was contacted by a friend of my aunt's to make a baseball-bat headboard bed frame for her son. It was an interesting project and I wanted in. I told her I could make it for her and I was really excited about getting started. There were many things running through my mind about how to design this bed frame for her son. She told me that she wanted the bats to be able to spin freely and she also wanted baseballs mounted to the corner posts of the frame. I came up with a plan and got right to work. This was a...

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