Tag: Reclaimed Bricks

What is a corbel brick?

In architecture, a corbel is a piece of wood, metal, or brick that is embedded deep inside a wall and juts out to support the weight above. Corbels come in all different shapes, sizes, and materials, from red brick corbels, to long, wooden beam corbels. Corbeling can be functional or decorative, but you’ll usually find…




Spring Landscaping Materials You Can Find at Beeston Reclamation

Spring is nearly upon us and it’s time to start thinking about tidying up the garden and making the most of those first spring flowers. As the weather turns milder and the days longer, landscaping projects will start to look more appealing and at Beeston Reclamation we have a large selection of salvaged items ready…




Creative Ways to Use Architectural Salvage for Your Business Premises

Reclamation yards up and down the country provide absolute treasure troves of old building materials and items recovered following the demolition of properties. Such is the quality of some salvaged materials, they can soon be restored and put to a new purpose elsewhere. While salvaged materials may not be suitable for every business, they can…




How Do You Sell Antique Furniture?

Selling antique furniture is not as simple as it sounds. You may have something buried in your attic for example you think holds a bit of value and when you sell that cash can then be put to good use. Unfortunately, it is often the case that you will either get less money for the…




Divorced and Married Furniture

Talk of separation is certainly in the news at the moment with Britain set to leave the EU but have you ever heard of furniture being married or divorced? You will if you have knowledge of the antiques furniture trade where the two are quite common. So, what is meant by furniture being divorced or…




Christmas and Nostalgia

You may notice at this time of year the heavy dose of nostalgia that is often associated with Christmas. No other time of the year conjures up the same emotions or reconnects us to the past quite like Christmas does. When you get to a certain age it becomes apparent just how much of Christmas…




Struggling for Gift Ideas?

Everyone has that family member or friend who is difficult to buy for. This makes life even tougher if you live in a town where half the shops have closed down on the high street and most of the stores that are still open offer limited choice. But fear not, you might find something at…




Creepy Reclaimed Curios for Halloween

It will soon be Halloween and in the shops you will find the usual witches hats scary masks. Perhaps even the odd example of artwork that looks strangely like a cosy Christmas scenes only with skulls and candles such is the commercialisation attached to the occasion nowadays. But if you want to find something a…




Which Type Of Metal Gate Should You Choose?

Metal gates can make an elegant feature as an entrance to your garden or driveway and there are many different types of metal gate to choose from including those made from steel, cast iron and wrought iron but which material makes the best gate? Budget You will find plenty of choice when it comes to…




Reclaimed Items You Can Use As Summer Planters

As we head into midsummer one of the great pleasures of being out in the garden are the abundance of flowers. Not everyone however will have large spaces in which to plant flowers and you may just have a small yard space which restricts your options. In these cases planters provide an ideal solution to…