Really happy with the way this turned out. Our friends over at Integrity Sheet Metal made us the hoops, and we did the rest. This can be made with any combination of bottles and hoop sizes. For this fixture, the sky is the limit.
Whew! We’ve been trying to keep our heads up while filling orders and prepping the big UK hotel job. We finally finished phase one of our new tiered chandelier design. Things are looking bright here at the Moonshine Lamp North American Headquarters.
That’s right. We love all of the contours of the little parts and pieces that make up the brass armature for this custom piece. If you’re in the Savannah area this fall, you’ll find these fixtures in a new restaurant in downtown. We’ll keep you posted.
We love the way these brass sockets are turning out with our faux patina. They just didn’t work as a new and shiny brass accessory for our industrial style fixture.
Just got the final go ahead for a package of lamps destined for a new hotel in York, England. Full steam ahead!
We’re working on something big. Here’s a little teaser with some of the cut bottles.
Just finished another recycled bottle candle hurricane lamp that’s great for weddings and wedding centerpieces. The three bottles are resting on hand painted glass tile. We can paint the tiles to coordinate with your decor.
The client that ordered 10 of these fixtures for his custom home in Glendora, CA said I’m welcome to stop by an check out the room after everything is put in. I rarely get to see the finished room, as most of my business is via my website. So, this will be special treat. Photos to follow.
And, who doesn’t love skull lamps!
Very pleased with the installation of this package of 3 fixtures for a house upgrade just north of Seattle. We found this awesome tree branch on the property – a very happy coincidence.
Moving on to the next room. We found this awesome slice of Eucalyptus that we had finished and sealed in a plastic, in order to preserve the “living edge” of bark.
And then we wrapped it up with this whimsical chandelier over the stairs.
Sometimes, it’s just downright crazy around here. A customer brought in two of these lamps and said he needed something to hang over an old secretary he has in his 100 year old house. Why not a couple of railroad lanterns? Too bad they were battery operated and corroded beyond belief. We took them apart and reconditioned the insides with all new wiring and lightbulbs. Now, these wall sconces will shine indefinitely, no batteries necessary.