Paddlers Paradise experiments with aesthetics and practicality. Each paddle is unique and performs differently in certain water and varies boat by boat.
Built to blend in well to a cabin in the woods, they are perfect for lake and river can
Leading Bid: $110Value: $350Bids: 2
Leading Bid: $110
This 3 legged atomic baby spoons right up to your favorite chair making your reach for the remote or a cocktail effortless. She is constructed of 3/4” salvaged Baltic birch and the top is covered with peeled sycamore bark from the tre
Leading Bid: $140Value: $300Bids: 4
Leading Bid: $140
Purposefully simple but painstakingly meticulous, this restored Crouch & Fitzgerald steamer trunk brings 100+ years of history into a reimagined form. Materials from seven New Orleans area organizations, a Marigny renovation site, and a
Leading Bid: $150Value: $875Bids: 1
Leading Bid: $150
Bryan Bradshaw’s main mode of transportation is his Schwinn beach cruiser bicycle. Cycling through the city, he saw how resourceful people are with customizing bicycles. He took that as inspiration to create a table out of bicycle par
Leading Bid: $95Value: $325Bids: 1
Leading Bid: $95
I created this pendent out of rebar from my construction site. It's shape, a hammer, signifies my passion, forging beauty from garbage metals!
Leading Bid: $150Value: $300Bids: 5
Rebar knife was crafted with a salvaged piece of rebar collected off of a construction site. This piece was forged by fire and beat with a hammer and anvil. It was then beveled with a belt grinder. It was heat treated with oil for hardness.
Leading Bid: $200Value: $400Bids: 3
Leading Bid: $200
With all these sharp jagged edges, Jagged Positivity travels in one direction and then sharply changes direction, representing how life changes and embracing that change to steadily keep moving onward and upward in a positive and electric m
Opening Bid: $125Value: $500
Opening Bid: $125
Wanting to build a water fountain for some time, James Dickson was hit with inspiration. He had these satellite dishes sitting out back, begging to be part of the reuse culture. Along with some scrap pipe and plate and a 18" pipe
Leading Bid: $400Value: $1,500Bids: 4
Leading Bid: $400
Vines of Wine is composed of cut off pieces of steel leftover from other projects. The steel was textured and twisted to resemble grape vines. It was colored using and old Blacksmith Technique. Wine bottles can be turned upside down to fit
Leading Bid: $125Value: $600Bids: 1
Leading Bid: $125
The Garfield Club Chairs are handmade by Doorman Designs from recycled metal, plywood, and screenprinted palmetto stripe fabric from Palm Orleans. In their words: “On a wet and dreary day, Doorman Designs took a trip to the local scra
Leading Bid: $550Value: $1,900Bids: 7
Leading Bid: $550
This classic blanket chest was made entirely of pecky cypress salvaged from a renovation in the Faubourg St. John neighborhood using mortise and tenon joinery. The crevices in the wood have been filled with turquoise-colored crushed stone.
Leading Bid: $600Value: $1,200Bids: 8
Leading Bid: $600
A classic Adirondack chair with elegant lines. This piece was made entirely from pieces of 2 cypress chimney mantels salvaged from a renovation on Magazine St.
Leading Bid: $175Value: $350Bids: 3
Leading Bid: $175
This lounger is made up of 46 pieces of reclaimed maple, sapele, oak and poplar. It is bound together with seven #8 all thread rods with washers, nuts and caps. Stained in ebony.
Leading Bid: $275Value: $475Bids: 7
Leading Bid: $275
This piece is constructed with 4 salvaged walnut cut offs and held together with 4 vintage double headed nails. This design is unique and challenging. Each piece rests on the back of the next. Looking from the side you see splayed legs and
Leading Bid: $250Value: $750Bids: 6
Leading Bid: $250
Once proudly growing tall, casting shade, and making oxygen, this collection of lumber caught thankless careers as bookshelves, floor boards, and window trim. After a few renovations, relentless New Orleans rains, and teams of hungry bugs t
Leading Bid: $250Value: $600Bids: 5
"Ode to Cypress" is an occasional table made of three cypress elements. The tabletop is a piece taken from a trunk of a cypress tree found at the mouth of the Mississippi River. The top is a full four inches thick left unfinished
Leading Bid: $250Value: $500Bids: 5
In the winter of 2016 I was working with a Tulane professor of architecture to study the restrictions of plasma cutting sheet steel. The main method that was being researched was how much material can be removed from a bent metal joint to l
Leading Bid: $75Value: $300Bids: 1
Leading Bid: $75
The intention behind this piece was to showcase the natural beauty of sinker cypress, a rare and local treasure, and to use the table base as a representation of the tree's root system. The birdseye burl slab, which was cut square to ad
Leading Bid: $300Value: $900Bids: 4
Leading Bid: $300
Antique fold away coffin stand, ground to raw metal, with an angle metal and cypress flooring bottom shelf. The top is Italian billiard slate. We found and bought four of these from the Green Project over a year ago. They had rusty metal wh
Leading Bid: $275Value: $850Bids: 3
This desk was left on my doorstep! Finding the two bundles of survey stacks set the tone for a warm color scheme with a copper pop. I created the orange peg board sides for more organization and functionality. The glass top preserves the we
Leading Bid: $270Value: $300Bids: 14
Leading Bid: $270
Vintage locker, ground to raw metal, trimmed in raw metal, and inlayed with cypress lath. We found this locker discarded on the street (N. Villerie) in bad shape with a bad leg and rust holes. Again, we had a pretty good idea what we were g
Everything has a history and a past. This buffet style table is not different. The what was once used as a barge to carry people and product down the Mississippi River Once at its final destination it was repurposed to use in buildings and
Leading Bid: $300Value: $1,250Bids: 3
Antique firedoor coffee table trimmed out in raw metal and cypress lath. We got these firedoor pieces on Craigslist and knew exactly what they would be. The process was how to combine the materials- mostly how thick things had to be to use
Leading Bid: $375Value: $950Bids: 7
Leading Bid: $375
The piece "Salvation's class of 2018" is made using antique salvaged ponderosa pine bleacher seating from a Nola school. The lumber came directly from The Green Project as a donation, went from one truck to another. The next s
Opening Bid: $250Value: $1,700
Opening Bid: $250
The piece is a two part, almost completely wooden stand. All wood was reused material from the Green Project, "Red White and Blue" thrift store, Habitat for Humanity, St. Charles Ave, Baptist and my own materials. The majority was
This is a coffee table. I have experimented with burning projects but on a much smaller scale. I wanted to expand the idea. The wood used was from a pile my neighbor threw out about a year ago. I started with a rough sketch of my idea and l
I used mostly pallet wood from pallets I found in Mid City. The puzzle pieces are reclaimed wood from trees I have collected, cut into boards and dried. This table can be a new design every day just rearrange the puzzle pieces.
Leading Bid: $200Value: $500Bids: 1
Found at a scrap yard. I paid 40.00 dollars for it. It was painted and in horrible shape. I stripped the piece down and polished it. I painted the top. Added the proper piping for the lamp socket. Ran the wiring purchased at green project.
Leading Bid: $120Value: $300Bids: 4
Leading Bid: $120
The base of the light fixture is made of a concrete test cylinder from a construction project. The concrete base is topped by a sandwich of wood and plexiglass. The layer of wood on top of the concrete is double recycled: its first life was
This is a lamp made from reclaimed cyprus base boards. I have never attempted to make any type of lamp before so this was a first. The final deign was nothing like any of my original sketches. All the wood I had left to make what I wanted w
Alternate History draws its inspiration from Steampunk, a literary genre which traces its roots back to the seminal works of Authors such as Jules Verne and HG Wells. The steampunk aesthetic has made its presence felt in a range of media su
This piece is a light that draws visual inspiration from the pulp science fiction aesthetic, specifically the weapons often referred to as "Rayguns," the design is an evolution of some of my previous lights and plays up the scienc
Leading Bid: $225Value: $450Bids: 5
Leading Bid: $225
Unique and interesting collection of house and patio plants situated in vintage or repurposed pots. All are locally grown and sustainably produced with composted soil and rainwater irrigation. Our house p
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