247 antique pendant Garage and Shed Design Photos

Murphy & Co. Design
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Highcroft Hunting Barn
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Altamont Pendant Light featured here in Old Bronze: http://www.barnlightelectric.com/pendant-lighting/vintage-pendants/altamont-pendant-light-hudson-valley-vintage-lighting.html
The lights look like our Barn Light Cradle Pendants with a black finish http://www.barnlightelectric.com/pendant-lighti
They are Holophane pendant lights and can be used with wither normal bulbs. They are available here and are a great deal! http://www.ebay.com/itm/121365586451?ssPageName=STR
Hi! @Shaferfamily6! Because this is a holophane pendant, the glass (or plastic, in some instances) has thin grooves that reflect and refract light to give it that bright, glowing appearance. Historically
“Tool chest” — cynthiatuff
California Closets Maryland
1 Review
Garage
Ideabooks3,110
Questions1
do you sell the red pendant light?
hang out in is a worthwhile goal. Make sure there’s enough natural light to make it welcoming, and inject a dose of colour and life with a bright pendant light like this one.
like the eclectic and antiques
Pendant light over island
utility pendant...pendant light
“what about basement workshop and backyard guest house?” — Rose Birtch Company
Julie Ranee Photography
Shed Turned Guest Space
Ideabooks4,925
Questions1
love the antiqued chairs and table.
best kitchen decor i've seen. kitchen as room ofhouse not professional chef's office And uses antiques of which I have too many. powder blue chairs look like my green windsors
“It’s not about hitting the Antiques Roadshow jackpot by paying $20 for a $250,000 18th-century clock.” — Mike DietrichIt’s true: Antique shopping is all about finding what you love. Keep a tape measure handy and keep your mind open to the possibilities.Full story: Antiques Shopping for the Fun of It
Be lighthearted. One of the main things that makes antiques shopping fun for me and my wife, Becky, is going at it with a certain lighthearted attitude. It’s not about hitting the Antiques Roadshow jackpot by paying $20 for a $250,000 18th-century clock. That would be fun
“Don't like the too destressed look x” — fosterhirst
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Wright-Ryan Homes
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Foreside Cottage
Ideabooks2,639
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Rustic Glass Pendant | Pottery Barn
rustic glass pendant
Pendant light...Pendant over sink...Pendant lighting
“Dark farm sink” — Amy D
Julie Ranee Photography
Shed Turned Guest Space
Ideabooks3,908
Questions2
interior - antique furniture - lovely look.
Emma bought the three-quarter-size antique bed for 50 cents at an auction. The size, between twin and full, is common for an antique bed.
Antique bed...Antiques and quilts...Cozy antiques...Love antiques!...antique bed
“this is what a loft could look like” — aarbo
Julie Ranee Photography
Shed Turned Guest Space
Ideabooks5,985
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The antique stove-top has been retrofitted with a modern stove top.
Love everything, in particular the antique turquoise stove
The owners moved it to a better location with clear countryside views, then refinished and decorated it with era-appropriate antiques. Colorful accents and an awesome antique Quick Meal stove give it even more character; now the little shed is comfortable and cozy enough for an afternoon nap. See more:
The owners moved it to a better location with clear countryside views, then refinished and decorated it with era-appropriate antiques. Colourful accents and an awesome antique Quick Meal stove give it even more character; now the little shed is comfortable and cosy enough for an afternoon nap. SEE MORE:
“playhouse idea” — gypsylady
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
Ideabooks983
Questions1
Hello gmspinks. The clear containers were actually antiques that the owner found in his travels. He said that the interesting thing about them is that the handle is actually formed into the glass itself, and the edges of the container are formed in a way that they create an air tight seal, and they are
are also stack able (similar to Pyrex). He suggested checking your local antique marts, shows, or flea markets. Thank you for your interest in our project, and we hope you are successful in finding some containers similar to this. Have a wonderful day!
Glass jars for seed or chicken feed, tin buckets, Walmart or antique shop
“Good for inside the shed” — ame2
Griffiths Construction, Inc.
8 Reviews
Horseshoe
Ideabooks126
Questions0
antique cars
industrial pendant lights
“Ignoring the incredible restored vehicles, and focusing on the garage: Love the wood planks and vau” — ekcarver
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