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Meet The Salvage Dawgs at Dogwood Arts House and Garden Show

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Who loves the DIY Network? Who Loves The Salvage Dawgs? Well, you are in luck as you can meet Meet The Salvage Dawgs at Dogwood Arts House and Garden Show this weekend in Knoxville.

Their store “Black Dog Salvage” is a must visit in Roanoke Virginia.  


Since 1961, Dogwood Arts has celebrated the natural and cultural beauty of East Tennessee by producing events featuring blooming gardens and trails, visual arts, music, crafts, theatre, culinary arts, dance, film, and literary arts.

The Dogwood House & Garden Show is the largest annual fundraiser for Dogwood Arts.

As part of the How-To Stage presented by the DIY Network, Mike Whiteside and Robert Kulp will be presenting “Salvage to Salvation, Reclaiming, Reusing, and Repurposing America’s Architectural Past”. They will be on stage on Friday and Saturday, February 16 – 17 at 1 pm.

A meet & greet will be at 2 pm each day.

Recently I had the opportunity to meet up with Mike and Robert while visiting Black Dog Salvage and Architectural in Roanoke, Virginia.

I’ll be sharing that interview soon.

You can find a full listing of events at Dogwood Arts. Here’s the how-to stage schedule.

The Dine & Design Stage looks interesting too with locals chefs and florists presenting.

This is my first time to attend this show but have heard great things about it from friends who have attended in the past.   For all details including hours and tickets, The Dogwood House and Garden site has it.  

With the hints of spring, I’m also looking forward to seeing Sara Bendrick Saturday at 2:30. “Big Impact landscaping: How to get the most out of your yard”. I need some advice on getting my yard, especially the front and side portion, looking good this year.

Home and Garden shows are always a great place to get ideas for any upcoming home and garden/lawn projects. Maybe you hire it done, or you are more of a DIYer and scale the projects to your own abilities and budget. That last part can always be a killer.

It is well worth a trip to Roanoke to visit their shop. As you walk around, you will probably see several items from the show.


My go-to paint for most projects is the Black Dog Salvage Furniture Paint, but it’s not just for furniture.

Here’s just one of the projects I have done using this paint.  My Faux Apothecary Table.  

Make sure you visit their second location just down the street, which is the warehouse and receiving area.

You may even run into Grayson since she’s in charge of all incoming items.

Are you going to be at the show?  Tag me on Instragram on Saturday if you are – @myhomeandtravels

If you have been, what’s your favorite vendors or demos?  

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I’ve included affiliate links to Amazon for you to find some products easier.  I may receive a small commission, but the price is the same for you.  It just helps my blog out.

Happy Travels, 


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