Restoration Resources: Authentic Architectural Antiques
Restoration Resources: Stained Glass




Restoration Resources in Boston’s historic South End, is regarded as New England’s primary source for architectural antiques and unique home décor. The diverse selection of “reclaimed” relics is generally salvaged from historical sites, interesting buildings, churches, period homes, and town houses throughout New England. Architectural elements designed a century ago were made with a quality of building materials, as well as a certain degree of craftsmanship and care that simply does not exist today.

Restoration Resources provides access to these treasured architectural antiques which are gently “excavated” from old buildings, and then cleaned, organized, and displayed in Restoration Resource’s 7000 square foot showroom and warehouse located at 468 Shawmut Ave. in Boston. Customers “recycle” and reuse these “one of a kind” resources in restoration and design projects, and as accent pieces to decorate their home, garden, restaurant, building, business or event This architectural salvage is reused in its original state, or it is repurposed and redesigned into “new” creative and functional pieces. 

The extensive selection of recycled pieces includes:
• Marble and wood fireplace mantels   
• Authentic antique hardware  
• Religious Items   
• Original lighting fixtures  
• Statuary and garden accents  
• Wood and Iron Elements
• Mirrors and stained glass windows  
• Doors  
• Furniture
• Unique artifacts and décor