Making the Old New: Lighting

My good friend Kim Neal owns the high end resale shop Find in Bee Cave, TX. One of my favorite things in her shop is her re-imagined lighting, and she was gracious enough to share a few photos with our followers. If you’re in the area, I strongly urge you to stop in and check out her great selection of refurbished furniture and home goods.

This first light fixture is an after liner from a vintage jet that Kim and her team have transformed into a light fixture. I love how unique it is, and with it’s large size would make quite a statement in a modern industrial dining room or breakfast room!

Find light fixture 1
Image courtesy of Kim Neal with Find

This second fixture was an original light from a Mazda factory in Germany that was rewired. When used in a residential application, it would look great as a pendant over a kitchen island in a modern farmhouse home.

Find light fixture 2
Image courtesy of Kim Neal with Find

The last light fixture that Kim shared with us was made from scratch by her team using reclaimed metal from a farm in Georgia. They have a gorgeous patina and the large light bulbs really add that “wow” factor. I can definitely imagine these two lights in a modern industrial space.

Find light fixture 3
Image courtesy of Kim Neal with Find

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