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Musgroves 'Wall of Fame' Customer Projects
Using Second Hand Building Materials
Musgroves is a treasure trove of high quality used and reclaimed building materials and timber - ideal for all your home renovation and DIY projects. Customers are using Musgroves materials for some really creative upcycling projects, re-purposing furniture and fixtures for their homes, gardens and businesses. When you source your second hand building materials from Musgroves, you not only save money and help reduce waste, but you get a piece of Christchurch history too.
Get some inspiration from these recent projects created by our customers using second hand building materials sourced from our Christchurch yard, or send in your own project success story!
See a knackered, old laminated table get a new lease of life after Michelle from Ramshackle Design brings her prodigious creative skills to bear on the relic.
After some foraging at Musgroves, Lincoln made this clever portable sink-top play station for his granddaughter.
This beautiful dining table was hand-built by Simeon Whyle using recycled rimu and reclaimed oregon timbers sourced from Musgroves.
Cat lovers Tanya and Mortimer decided to build them an outdoor cat run for their three very energetic indoor cats.
While his wife and son were away on a trip for 6 weeks, Sam Worsop completely renovated their kitchen and living room.
In this bathroom rebuild, Chris Morohan used Musgroves recycled rimu framing timber, and restored the original rimu floors...
Dave Clarke bought these beautiful reclaimed french doors and used them to create a new wider opening from his house to the garden.
Jill and Pete purchased a recycled leadlight door at Musgroves, gave it a lick of white paint and installed it in their home.
Martin and Lisa Bennett's new craft beer brewery and pub looks like an old building thanks to their ingenious use of recycled building materials...
The wood for this artwork was sourced via Musgroves, reclaimed from buildings severely damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes.
This coffee table was constructed solely of recycled materials sourced from Musgroves with the top consisting of an old sash window...
Peter Jameson from Marlborough built this shabby shack for daughter Abby using totally recycled and reclaimed materials.
This customer added some historical style to their modern home by installing a leadlight door and window.