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I call this Vintage Steampunk lamp "Light Conversation" by Loftyideas4u

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I call this Vintage Steampunk lamp "Light Conversation" That pretty says it all for this truly "One of a Kind" steampunk lamp. It's an antique brass phone with beautiful natural patina. It's been...

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City Parking Meter re-purposed into an awesome Industrial floor lamp by Loftyideas4u

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I came across this very weathered yellow parking meter that just needed some re-imagination.  The missing paint from years of weather gave this piece an instant Industial quality that I'm drawn...

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Industrial Steampunk Re-purposed Vintage Tricycle Bike Up-cycled Goose Neck Lamp

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What a fun way to take a nostalgic vintage piece of history and bring it back to life as an Industrial / Steampunk lamp. Just imagine the years of play and laughter behind this "One of a Kind"...

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It's a Reel Lamp

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A galvanized Funnel and a dismantled Hose Reel pair up to form an industrial lamp. To really give it a factory appearance the cord is a section of BX electrical cable and the plug is from a washing...

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rustic wedding

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items from a rustic wedding. old windows, shutters  lantern made from picture frames

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Tepee Lamp

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I used a portion of an old wooden shutter and random twigs to build a tepee lamp.

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"all" Bucket Floor Lamp

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1950's "all" detergent bucket floor lamp.

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Wire Basket Chandelier

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I saw Sue Whitneys' Dishwasher basket chandelier at the Ohio Country Living Craft Fair. I knew it would be perfect for my "naked" dining room!

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All Wrapped Up and Ready for Christmas!

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Finally got all the presents wrapped. Let the celebrating commence!

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Bicycle Lamp Revisited

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This is a project that I have done before as a holiday decoration, but this time I made it for use in your home all year long.

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Antique Corbel Lamp

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Check out the transformation of a worn and crackled architectural element.

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Don't be Chicken - Nightlight

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But if you are afraid of the dark here's a Nightlight made out of an old Chicken Feeder.

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"Sparky"

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Re-imagined SUPER BOOSTER battery charger. "Sparky" was inspired by one of the movie trailers for Box Trolls... I don't argue, when the inspiration comes I run with it! : ) Am I the only one that destroys his work space with every project? I swear it takes longer to clean up the last project's remains than it does to finish the current project!

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Decorating with Vintage Globes

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Globes aren't just for libraries.

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A Falloween Porch Redo with some New (Old) Junk Finds!

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With the cool weather in Minnesota, I thought I'd share a throwback post from October of 2010. Hope it gets you in the Fall spirit!

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Garden Fencing Chandelier

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This is not something new. Sue originally did it in one of her books, but I've had the fencing and the insulators, so thought it was about time I did something with them!

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Tiffany Style Planter!

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I found this Tiffany style lampshade at a yard sale for free! It was quite damaged on one side but I figured it would be good for something! I decided to put it in my garden as a planter (hiding the...

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Starglow night light.

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Little ambiant light project for the kitchen. The switch turns it on and the light is 3 way dimmable via a touch sensor placed inside. I will always be a sucker for low watt light bulbs...

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More light and its environment.

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OK I know I build a lot of lamps... I am a sucker for ambiant lighting. This one was a very early heater turned into a dimmable lamp. My girl liked my earlier lamps but wasn't a fan of the copper...

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Lace Lampshade

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Thrift stores are great for finding lampshades that you can strip down to the bones.  I used a double black netting as my base and stitched pieces of lace, buttons, beads, yo-yo's and velvet...

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