Boots N Gus takes vintage to a whole new level by pairing it with recycling and reusing.
Those beautiful vintage plates and kitchenware can have a new life in the form of lighting: brilliant way to upcycle! Also, bird feeders and hanging planters. Lovin’ it all!
I have a love of the vintage. But I don’t have the tools (nor the skills) to modify and repurpose some. Yet, anyway.
Over at Ndustries (Toronto), Nigel does just that, and beautifully! As of now, he concentrate on lighting and stools/magazine racks, but oh, you can just feel the possibilities his talent has for so much more too! I will def be checking this shop often! ;)
Hum… I’m into lighting these days apparently!
I recently went at an (oh-so-awesome) flea market here in Montreal with Cabtastic, and once there I found this mint condition awesome 70s tall lamp, which of course I brought home (how not too!!) and it is now sitting in the corner of my living room looking pretty.
I also bought a handmade table lamp at my last month’s event (PucesPop) which is made out of bark as a lamp shade. Just to beautiful!!
Anyway, I am loving these lighting pieces (above) from Luke Lamp Co! Industrial-chic FTW!! Would purchase everything in a heartbeat! Ok maybe not ALL at once (lol), but the prices are affordable, so feel free to indulge! :)
Galvanized iron pipes + lightbulb = awesome lamps.
David and Danat and their 3 dogs form Kozo Lamp. They tune into the industrial look to create great desk or shelf lamps. Fauset light switches complete the overall greatness!
Objects, furniture, buildings, even cedar boats (!), Brendan Ravenhill excels in everything he puts his hands (and brain) to.
He seems to have a thing for wood and metal, and them both together. Just my kind of too-cool-I’m-gonna-faint work! Love love love it allllll! :D
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