Innovative Space Saver!

So you’ve got a handful of Lambos, but only a couple of open spaces in the garage? No sweat my man – just build under.

So brilliantly fake that I could help but share it here…

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The Cycle Shop

I frequent a blog called The Vintagent. Essentially, it covers vintage motorcycles from an intelligent podium founded mostly on experience. Recently, I was browsing the back logs and came upon this little shop located in the Bay Area. Such brick warehouses are very rare in the area due to earthquakes, but somehow this one has survived since the turn of the century.

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Reclaimed Benches

So earlier this week we talked about moving and restoring vintage barns to be used as work shops. Once you get that sucker up on your property, what do you fill it with? Admittedly, I sometimes love the clash of old and new – something like Lista cabinets could be worked in beautifully. However, how cool would it be to fill your brand spanking old barn with work benches made of lumber of the same vintage? Rad.

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Heritage Barns

I’ve talked a ton about my love for old barns in the past. There’s just something about a structure that comes with it’s own history and soul. They speak to me… Anyway, recently I was cruising the internet while researching for another project and came across a company based out of Waco, Tx that specializes in relocating and restoring old barns. Their work is simply phenomenal.

The barn pictured above was originally constructed in 1810 in Long Valley, New Jersey. It now stands somewhere in East Texas… and it’s hard to beat, isn’t it?

You can check out all of Heritage’s work here. Simply glorious….

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Another Tool Box Restoration

A while back we featured a fella that restored toolboxes and posted his progress photos on Flickr. Well, he’s done with his latest and it is nothing short of gorgeous. We want one… badly… Take one vintage Brit Box, spend a few (ok, a ton) hours restoring it, and if you are any good you end up with the above.

You can see his progress photos here.

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