Legacy Architectural Salvage

Welcome to Legacy Architectural Salvage (LAS), a project of Historic Wilmington Foundation!

At LAS you’re likely to find doors, windows, door knobs, fireplace mantels, newel posts, finials, sinks and more…but because the inventory comes in solely through donations, you’ll want to visit regularly to know what’s in-house that week. We welcome historic architectural element donations c.1960 and older. Donations to Legacy Architectural Salvage are tax-deductible! Call (910) 338-6443 for questions, to purchase something you’ve seen on our Facebook page, or arrange drop off of donations.

Hours: Wednesday 9:00AM-1:00PM*, Saturdays 9:00AM-1:00PM *
and by appointment: (910) 338-6443 .  Closed during most holiday weekends.  

Recent Events


What could be better?

Enjoy wine and small bites while you stroll among some of Wilmington’s most creative makers and artists. Choose from a selection of unique handcrafted items, repurposed and upcycled works of art and more.

Come early for the best selection!





LAS Artist in Residence Program

To promote re-purposing and re-use of salvaged materials, LAS introduced the Artist in Residency Program to encourage burgeoning artists to create pieces using Legacy’s salvaged materials. Legacy artists use salvage, such as wood, hardware and other items, to create unique art that inspires others to re-imagine, re-use and re-purpose. Legacy Artists are provided a work space within the warehouse and encouraged to take risks and pursue projects that highlight the salvaged items donated from the Cape Fear Region. Their creations are offered for sale in Legacy.

Meet Alice Tapia

Local artist Alyce Tapia creates stained glass art of all kinds, using reclaimed materials whenever possible. Garden-themed items and Custom orders available.

By giving artists a venue to showcase their work, the public a chance to learn from these talented people and us all a new way help the environment and re-purpose these elements of our past, the Legacy Architectural Salvage Artist in Residence program is a win for the community!



Meet Tracey Lenn

Tracey Lenn is an acrylic and mixed media artist who uses architectural salvage and reclaimed wood to create her beautiful one of a kind art pieces. Come in to Legacy today to see her work in person. We are open Saturdays and Wednesdays from 9am-1pm. We are located behind Stevens Hardware on Dawson St.






Wood Window Repair Workshop

New Study Shows 200-Year-Old Restored Windows as Good as New…read more.

Volunteer at Legacy Architectural Salvage!

Volunteer at the store or behind the scenes. Email salvage@historicwilmington.org to find out more today! We have a good time at Legacy, and just 4-5 hours per month is all it takes to support the operation.


  • The Legacy Architectural Salvage (LAS) is open Wednesdays and  Saturdays from 9:00AM-1:00PM, except on holiday weekends, & also open by appointment. Call (910) 338-6443 to schedule an appointment.  
  • LAS is CLOSED for Memorial Day (May 26); Labor Day (September 1); Christmas (December 22); New Year’s (December 29).  

Inventory changes regularly.

Here’s a sample of what you might find when you visit:  

Interested in purchasing a salvage item or donating an item? Contact Us Today!

Email: Architectural Salvage
Address: 1831-B Dawson Street (at the rear of Stevens Hardware Co. in Wilmington)
Telephone: (910) 338-6443
Fax: 910.762.1551