The Roanoker - January/February 2018 - VL66
The Roanoke Valley offers a multitude of shopping options that
also include a bit of adventure along the way. | by Anne Sampson
BLACK DOG SALVAGE OFFERS "ANTIQUES OF THE FUTURE."
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ture," explains Mike Whiteside, one of the founding
owners. "We're adding value to salvage, capitalizing
on its story. Everything we build is an original."
They have an array of branded swag, and a line
of furniture, constructed of 80% salvaged materials,
debuted in High Point recently. Popular paint colors
and finishes bear the Black Dog logo, and you can
take classes there to learn to use them. Local artists,
video demos, antique-mall-style booths stocked by
BLACK DOG SALVAGE: TARA LILY
f you're looking for sights, tastes and memorable
experiences on your next trip, put a pin in the
map on the Roanoke Valley, and immerse yourself in history, beauty, culture and adventure.
Black Dog Salvage has this stuff in spades: 40,000
square feet of ever-changing, funky, chippy, vintage
merchandise; a vast playroom of re-imagined, upcycled and repurposed art, décor and furnishings.
"I like to say we're building the antiques of the fu-