Barn Burner Wall Sconce

September 19th, 2009 in blog, member junk     
JunkArchitect Jim Healy, editor
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Here are some repurposed relics from an old New England barn.


Barn Door Roller
Wood Level 
Old Braided Cord

It’s old and its rusty…how can you not love it.

Lets get this Barn Party started!

Here are some repurposed relics from an old New England barn.


Barn Door Roller
Wood Level 
Old Braided Cord

Here are some repurposed relics from an old New England barn.

  • Barn Door Roller
  • Wood Level
  • Old Braided Cord
Photo: Jim Healy JunkArchitect (Copyright 2009)

Old farms have the best junk and that's where all the components originated to form an unusual way to hold candles. This rusty Barn Door Roller and an old Wood Level might not have much in common but they sure were meant for each other.

 


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Jim Healy JunkArchitect (Copyright 2009)
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Comments (29)

SA_Collections writes: I think this piece is genius and I absolutely love it! Posted: 7:18 pm on August 25th
grabe writes: Love the old bike basket idea!!, Posted: 7:12 am on May 17th
pofolksdecorator1 writes: Jim, I love your imagination! I need some advice on 'tweaking' my ceiling fan/ light. Any ideas? Annie Posted: 8:41 pm on May 5th
JunkArchitect writes: Hi Annie, I’d use an old wire bicycle basket attached to the door to hold magazines. The 100 year old door is probably too cool to hide and the basket is more transparent than a toy.

Jim
Posted: 8:39 am on February 19th
pofolksdecorator1 writes: Hi Jim,
You have some kool "junk masterpieces". I have a question maybe you can help me with. I had a hundred year old door installed in my bathroom. My bathroom is tiny. I would like some super unique magazine rack to put on the bottom. I was thinking, old doll crib, but I would have to saw it in half lengthwise to attach it to the door - one on each side. Can you think of something else for this. I collect vintage toys. Maybe a vintage semi truck with open area for magazines? Thanks for your ideas! Annie pofolksdecorator1 Posted: 1:02 pm on February 18th
artjunkie writes: Jim, I think this is my favorite of your stuff! So uniquely you and usable too. -- rhonda, art junkie Posted: 12:55 am on January 18th
ALVN writes: Gorgeous!! Posted: 6:02 pm on November 27th
vangogh_sister writes: yummy. have all those ingredients right in my own barn! how did you attach the barn door roller to the level? Posted: 8:09 am on October 31st
airzinnn writes: This is very, VERY cool! Wish I could find that kind of stuff here. Thanks for sharing such a great idea. Posted: 4:48 pm on October 21st
BraytonHomestead writes: great individual item = even cooler finished piece!

Karen Posted: 5:26 pm on September 30th
TrashyChick writes: I really love the lighting this piece throws off. You have done it again.

TC
Posted: 7:30 pm on September 26th
TinTinJunkFan writes: You have an amazing talent for putting together just the right pieces to create something wonderful! This is so cool! Posted: 2:51 pm on September 24th
artchick writes: I love this!! Being from Iowa, it is wonderful to see how old barns can find new life. Posted: 5:05 pm on September 21st
artchick writes: I love this!! Being from Iowa it is wonderful to see how
old barns can find new life. Posted: 5:04 pm on September 21st
shabbychick writes: Jim - your motto should be "let there be light" because you create the best!!!

These pieces work beautifully together - love how you used the wood level!

Thanks for sharing!

Kathy Posted: 12:08 pm on September 21st
CottageElements writes: Jim, what a great repurpose. I have a love for old farm pieces (to a fault), and this was perfect for it's use. Who'd of thunk! You of course did it again!

Lani Posted: 11:06 pm on September 20th
SnowmanHill writes: Of course I love this, being an 'ole farmgirl. I would hang this in my house in a minute, great job!
dana Posted: 8:16 pm on September 20th
roadtriplouise writes: Great junk recreation Jim! Posted: 6:07 pm on September 20th
monakent writes: This is incredible!!! I love the look and "feel" of this piece. What a winning combination. Such talent you have..... you da MAN!!!! gailmarie Posted: 10:44 am on September 20th
fellowjunker writes: Hi Jim,
Another winning combination of rusty elements. I really adore this....and your photography is such a joy.
xojanis Posted: 10:02 pm on September 19th
jsouciekitt writes: This is so beautiful. Love the combination of barn items and the candles illuminate the rust and character in an ideal way. Thank you for sharing. Your creations are amazing. Posted: 9:02 pm on September 19th
StrangeCargo writes: Jim, barns are big, beautiful,kind and full of purpose, and when they sadly pass on, their afterlife still yields many, many treasures. Nice job!

Ken Posted: 4:32 pm on September 19th
georgiamoon writes: Jim, what a warm and cozy atmosphere this creates. This is truly beautiful. It's funny how you can take rusty, hard, flaky, old stuff and turn it into something so soft and inviting. You are so talented, I am always so inspired by your creations. You are the KING of junk! Georgia Posted: 4:16 pm on September 19th
RustyDiva writes: Love this Jim. My kind of stuff ~ rustic AND rusty!!! Posted: 2:04 pm on September 19th
byabpryor writes: Very cool Jim. That's such an amazing piece. I can see it in a NYC loft it's so cool! Posted: 1:00 pm on September 19th
berton718 writes: Jim,
I love this repurpose. You are truly AMAZING!! Thanks for sharing your creativity!! Posted: 12:07 pm on September 19th
suewhitney writes: You know me, Jimbo...I'm all over the ambient lighting thing. This creation is a beauty.

Happy Junking,
Sue Posted: 11:10 am on September 19th
TroyRash writes: that is so cool - did you hang it with a section of rope or chain? - i love the mix - great idea - i want your job - lol! yeah, it's a 10! Posted: 9:46 am on September 19th
oldnews writes: They ARE meant for each other! This is so beautiful! I'm hoping to get to my friend's farm this weekend for a little bit of digging through her barns. Very inspirational!! It's a 10 again Jim!! Posted: 9:37 am on September 19th
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