Monday, March 7, 2011

Industrial Lamp Love

I just love pickin!! You never know what you are going to run across!!

How cool are these fabulous industrial lamps?


They were created by antiquer and artisan Allan Boyer, who along with his equally talented wife BJ, own a totally cool shop that I just happened to run across the other day while cruisin' the backroads.

I'll be headed back very soon to do a post on their shop!

20 comments:

time worn interiors said...

These are wonderful!
Theresa
aka:tot

The Vintage Farmhouse said...

Those are awesome!

Outofmymind said...

I LOVE them.

trash talk said...

These are beyond cool...they're fearsome! Can't wait to see your post on their other stuff!
Deb

Sea Witch said...

Love Love Love these. Of course, I was head over tea cups about the vintage gaspump nozzle used as a flower vase at the Queen of Hearts too. Hope your spring is gonna be a great one. SEa Witch

Twosinks said...

Love, love love!

A Treasured Past said...

Wow! Totally fabulous beyond words!

Tricia @ Vintage No. 35 said...

Those are awesome! I need a base for my funky lampshade.

Sweet Repose-Junk Revival said...

SWEET...I'm just dying to get into my shop, was out there this morning for two seconds...way too cold for me and that witch's you know what!

Soon I know!!!

Hopelessly Romantic Art Studio said...

So is this shop in GA.? You always find the greatest places! Gerri

thecrankyqueen said...

Love the lamps...you need to do somethings like that...you got the talent to do so....thanx for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment. Lovin' having a blog. I am so glad my gal pals talked me into setting one up. Stay Trashy, Tiff
Oh, may be coming to Lakewood in March, will ya be there? Tiff

Wanda @ Just Vintage said...

Too cool! I bought some small jacks this weekend thinking they'll make good lamps. This inspires me to maybe actually do it. ;-)

countrycharisma said...

Your pictures from your trip are fabulous! I love those old houses, and that reflection picture of the spring. The lamps are so fun and creative! That would have been so great to have met you at the flea market! We do have to plan that sometime. Where are you heading in KY? That's where I am from before we moved to TN. You will have to keep me posted.

linda at delightblog said...

Love these lamps! They are so absolutely cool! Can't wait to find out more about the shop. Thanks for sharing with us.

One Shabby Old House said...

I wish I was a little mouse in your suitcase. You go to the best places. Now I am curious to know what you will be selling at your next show. You have got to make time for Tampa. The shop I am in is right down the street from Relics and then there are 3 other great shops in a very short distance from there. I could be your tour guide.
My hubby and I stayed in the B&B in your 8th pic in Amealia Is. A couple of guys owned it and their decorating skills were wonderful. We stayed in the house and then in the little guest cottage next to it.
Sweet town...wonderful ocean!

Lana said...

These are fantastic!
I'm looking forward to reading a post about the makers. :)

abby jenkins said...

THose are amazing, I love the shades too..very cool

Rachael said...

very cool!

Artsy Fartsy Junkin Finds said...

You got it down pat girl...those are perfect! Hugs, janna

ann at greenoak said...

love your site...hope to get up there sometime...i have tons of ceiling tin if you ever get down here!! it came from up there tho...ha ha...the ruins of detroit i think...