A Rough Trade


With some scrap materials, building savvy, and a good idea, Jason Kersh started his Indy-based business, Salvage 3, in late 2015 to bring new life to old wood. He started small, at first constructing household decor, like beer caddies and sofa trays, from found pallets. As the number of commissions for his work has increased, Kersh has branched out into building larger pieces such as farmhouse tables and dog crates. 

   Most of Kersh’s works, which now range from wine racks to four-poster beds, call for custom prices, but the craftsman and his signature wares regularly can be found at local markets, like the Indy Urban Flea or the Indy Arts & Vintage Marketplace. For more information, hit him up on Facebook.







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