The Trinity pieces below are all built with beams that were salvaged from the Trinity Church bell tower, located at 75 Broadway in lower Manhattan. The building was finished in the 1846 and at its completion the 281 foot spire and cross was the highest point in NYC, until being surpassed in 1890 by the New York World building. Trinity Church has been designated as a National Historic Landmark because of its architectural significance and place in the history of New York City.
Trinity Bench #13
Trinity Hall Table
Trinity Dining Set
Trinity Dining Set* Table dimensions – 5′ Long x 3′ Wide x 30″ High. Bench dimensions – 5′ Long x 1′ Wide x 19″ High. Look and wood grain vary from beam to beam. This table now lives in North Carolina.
Trinity Beam Mantle
Made from a single reinforced Trinity* beam. This mantle now lives in Brooklyn NY.
Armoire with double door entry, made with seven vintage doors, twenty two vintage hinges, copper rod, six doorknobs, and one doorbell. 79″h x 70″w x 33″deep. Interior shelves are also made out of reclaimed tack board (used in the leather industry to tack and dry the hides on). It is very easy to take apart and put back together in the event of moving. This armoire now lives in Williamsburg Brooklyn.
All door armoires are made to order, with customized interiors to fit your needs.
Armoire Dos in its new home in Williamsburg Brooklyn
As you can see we love making cool stuff out of stuff, so if you are in the northeast U.S. and have a lot of cool stuff and want us to make something even cooler with it, please contact us.