The words “reduce, reuse, and recycle” have gotten a workout since the first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970. But one of our new favorite “re” words is repurpose — finding a new purpose for an old material to give it new life and avoid the landfill. This kitchen features a perfect example of repurposing as old Mason-style ball jars become eye-catching industrial pendants.
The space is a beautiful blend of old and new with the combination of wood, stainless steel, granite, tile, and the nostalgic jar lights. To get this look, take a peek at our Vintage Ball Perfect Blue Mason Jar Pendant, part of our collection of Vintage Industrial Lights. You can customize this unique light with a powdercoat finish color for the lid and your choice of a standard cord or seven different colored cotton cords. Each of these American made jars is original and finishes will vary.Read More
Classic barn lighting has been in use throughout this country since the 1930s and 1940s when it was most often found on farms, at roadside gas stations, and in warehouses and factories where solid, dependable lighting was necessary for the work at hand. Lighting companies didn’t scrimp on materials in those days but manufactured lighting that could withstand years of use no matter the weather or harsh working environment where the lights were hung.Read More