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Necessity is the mother of invention, as they say.   After working late in the shop one night, an idea came to us while we were going for a cold drink.  Railroad spike bottle openers!  They work perfectly, look awesome and feel nice and heavy. We have two versions available.  One for mounting on a

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Inspired by antique barn door hardware, but designed to support the weight of hardwood doors, we created our own version of a flat-track barn door hardware system. This system can be customized to any length and door size up to 500lbs.     The hand-made door above separates a retail store from its office and is

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The Johnny Sprocket table is what you get when you’re dreaming of Johnny Rocket burgers and dismantling of old farm equipment. It’s made from the lower roller of a John Deere model 3800 forage harvester and a factory sprocket model 6036.  This table is both functional and unique. The steel roller has been left intact

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Inspired by memories of sitting on the tailgate of my grandpa’s old pickup truck sipping an ice cold coca-cola after a hard day of work on the farm.  All of our Blue Collar Benches are made from old tailgates, framed in square tubing steel and skinned with antique barn wood. This relic came from an

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What started as a Mother’s Day project turned out so well that we had to replicate it.  The barnwood frame and slats came from old barns in Central Virginia.  The antique hand-forged nails came from that same barn wood.  This piece is functional and has a great, unique look.

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This bench was inspired by memories of sitting on the tailgate of my grandpa’s old pickup truck sipping an ice cold coca-cola after a hard day of work on the farm.  This bench is made from a 1960′s Chevy tailgate framed in square tubing steel and skinned with antique barn wood. This relic came from

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This 1950s Ferguson TO-30 tractor hood was rescued from a farmer’s graveyard in Luray, Virginia. It has been re-purposed into a versatile table that can be used as a console, desk or bar.  Each of the three shelves has been constructed from local reclaimed barn wood.  Rev up your inner-nostalgia with this classic American relic.

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The book shelf that started a revolution… or…well maybe just a business, but this is the product that put Yesterday Reclaimed on the map.

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These mirrors are made from salvaged barn wood and old railroad spikes used along the tracks of central Virginia.

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