Tampa Bay Salvage specializes in architectural salvage and antiques from across the globe. We have a large selection of antique doors, windows, stained glass, fireplace mantels, old lighting and antique tile. Old house parts are our business. From ordinary to extraordinary and everything in between. We always have huge amounts of reclaimed flooring and lumber, industrial elements, antique garden elements, wrought iron, antique hardware and custom furniture built from recycled materials.
We offer custom products based on your needs. We can do anything from custom tables and chairs, to kitchen cabinets. You can check out some of the stuff we have done in our gallery.
More About Our Company
Tampa bay Salvage was founded in 2010 by Josh White. Josh worked under the tutelage of brother Matt and father Steve for the last decade at Recycling The Past Architectural Salvage in Barnegat, NJ. He is a graduate of West Virginia University and a skilled carpenter, welder and restorationist.
Over the years Josh began working with cutting glass and blossomed into a formidable stained glass artist. He has appeared in This Old House magazine and starred in an episode of Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe on The Discovery Channel. These appearences led to a lead role on DIY Networks’ Operation Salvage. After possibly the worst winter on record Josh traded in his snow shovel for a pair of sunglasses to enjoy raising his kids in sunny Florida.Read More
Recent Blog Posts
July 30, 2015 |
Check out this blog written by Style Salvo posted on Salvo News about our shop. ...
July 14, 2015 |
With “architectural salvage” shops popping up all over the place nowadays it makes you wonder what is...
July 13, 2015 |
We are back from our most recent buying trip this time in Europe and cant wait to share our awesome finds! Here...
June 12, 2015 |
Josh’s picks from his trip to India are here! We have some great architectural pieces including doors,...
April 24, 2015 |
ON THE JOB” We are getting ready to salvage and rescue some awesome pieces from this 1905 estate in Winter...