I first met Barry Remley when I did a profile on her and her business, Salvations Architectural Furnishings, for Washington Spaces.
And as I wrote more home stories, her work kept appearing everywhere — it became clear that her metalwork, using architectural salvage in many of the designs, was a go-to for high-end interior designers. Whether it would be something like elegant drapery rods that were custom made, metal bed frames, or unusual accent tables, Barry’s pieces add a dash of sophistication to a room.
But it’s not cheap. So that’s why I was excited to hear that she’s having her first-ever sample sale at her Silver Spring shop Thursday and Friday. Here are a few couple items she’s posted on Facebook so far:
Here is truly a find — a “mosaic” table with intricate designs underneath — no tchotchkes needed on top!
I saw these tables in person at the AmericanEye showroom at the DC Design Center, and got a couple detail shots of the mosaics at the time:
Just gorgeous. The mosaics are created by a local artist.
The sale will also feature salvage pieces and items such as mirrors that are crafted using details from Barry’s finds:
Check out the detail on this console, with a marble top no less:
Although they might not be on sale, here is a taste of some other things I love from Salvations:
This cocktail table with crystal details:
and this dining table, designed by David Mitchell as party of a new line for Salvations:
And this fire screen:
Here’s all the sale info — It’s definitely worth playing hooky for!