Posts Tagged "Ball Jar Pendants"

Steampunk-Inspired Industrial Lighting with a Vintage Twist

Posted by on May 20, 2016 | 0 comments

Steampunk-Inspired Industrial Lighting with a Vintage Twist
If you’re a devoted follower of Houzz, a reader of design blogs, or even a Pinterest addict (yes, we know you are), then you’ve probably noticed that the days of matchy-matchy design are long gone. It’s perfectly acceptable to mix old and new, modern and traditional, bold and subdued. In a nod to this blending of styles, we introduce two new additions to our line of Modern Wall Sconces. By combining an industrial mounting with classic Ball jars, we’ve created wall lights that marry vintage and modern styles into one happy and beautiful union. ... Read More

Mason Jar Pendants Blend Old with New in Minnesota Kitchen

Posted by on Jan 31, 2013 | 0 comments

Mason Jar Pendants Blend Old with New in Minnesota Kitchen
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... Read More

Vented Warehouse Shades Light Up Bean-to-Bar Chocolate Production

Posted by on Dec 19, 2012 | 0 comments

Vented Warehouse Shades Light Up Bean-to-Bar Chocolate Production
When you sit down to enjoy a bite of dark chocolate at the end of a long day of shopping and wrapping, do you ever wonder how that delectable little morsel is made? You can find out how chocolate goes from bean to bar if you visit the Videri Chocolate Factory in Raleigh, North Carolina. Housed in an historic old warehouse, the factory was designed to allow visitors to see the entire chocolate making process from raw bean storage to roasting, winnowing, packaging, and shipping. Playing on the historic vernacular of the location, the design firm chose classic barn pendants to highlight the space. ... Read More