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Set of two rustic barn wood mason jar candle holders. Barn wood has a very faint turquoise color. 5 1/2" x 13". Mounting hardware included.
Upcycle a Vanity Light Strip to a Hanging Pendant Light
Learn how to upcycle a builder-basic vanity light strip into a hanging pendant light style chandelier.
Vintage Industrial Floor Lamp - Dark
Vintage Industrial Floor Lamp with vintage barn pulley and shade. Hand-finished base with inlaid dimmer and socket (one dimmed and switched outlet, o…
Barn Wood Recycled Candle Sconces with Glass Insulator
This is a very unique candle sconce for your wall! Each one is slightly different from the other. We have gotten so many complements on them. This is made from old grey barn wood, blue electric glass wire insulators, original wire. My husband has recycled this barn wood from old barns that have been destroyed in the tornados that come through out area each spring. He has made something beautiful out of something terrible. The glass that holds the candles, are insulators off of old…
How To Transform Simple Kitchen Utensils Into Light Fixtures
What cold be better for the kitchen than a light fixture made with things like forks, spoons, food cans or other utensils? It's a fun idea and also one
This photograph was taken by my dear friend Petri. This is a lamp that I fabricated for our daughter, who loves to cook. While I've originated my other lamp designs, this design came from Gilles Eichenbaum , also known as Garbage. He designs these outstanding lighting fixtures from antique household items.
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How to Use a Barn Pulley to Make a Wall-Mount Light Fixture
Create a unique sconce—based on a commercial industrial-look fixture—for a fraction of the cost