Let your love for vintage jars shine. Light fixtures made from Mason jars fit with a vintage, rustic or farmhouse kitchen design. These single pendants made of upcycled jars cost about $125 each, says Atlanta designer Jenn Ryan, owner of Jenn Ryan Designs and Reclaimed Lighting. Chandeliers made with a trio of Mason jars can also be found for less than $200 through online artisan marketplaces.
The reclaimed wood dining table is surrounded by sleek white dining chairs in this dramatic, inviting formal dining room. A beveled mirror is centered on the metallic wallpaper and a glass chandelier brings major glam to the space.
A reclaimed wood dining table offsets the metallic finish of the chrome chandelier in this transitional dining room. Vases filled with fresh-cut flowers add a natural touch, while silk drapes add a luxurious note.
Bold orange, tufted chairs and matching upholstered booths create the seating for this contemporary restaurant. A reclaimed wood and floor bring in notes of rustic style, while the chandeliers and exposed ductwork add industrial touches.
This timeless dining room features an ornate, traditional rug and dining set, vintage crystal chandelier and large bay window. The chandelier was reclaimed from a and the needlepoint is a family piece that has been passed down. The formal space is large enough to accommodate seating for a large family.
Reclaimed wood pieces from across the globe are balanced by soft, French-inspired textiles. Window coverings consist of printed linen cornice boards. The gates on the walls are decorated with original oil paintings of water reflections. The chandelier is made from reclaimed wood from an 1820s farmhouse in Maine and incorporates many inspirations: east and west, old and new, artistry and durability.
This spacious master bedroom is an earth-toned masterpiece. High ceilings and a chandelier give the space a sense of elegance, and stone and reclaimed wood ensure the room is grounded in its rustic roots. A charming window seat provides a cozy spot for reading.
This kitchen remodel features a breakfast nook with a custom reclaimed wood dining table. Two stools attach to one side of the table, while an upholstered blue wood bench seat is built-in to the corner. A metal geometric chandelier hangs above, while throw pillows decorate the bench.
The focal point of this space is the chandelier which hangs over the reclaimed dining table, offering a nod to a modern vintage aesthetic. All-weather wicker dining chairs add texture against the wood table and provide a finish that easily cleanable and durable for this family.
Nautical and tropical elements adorn this bright, open coastal kitchen. Reclaimed wood ceiling beams are reminiscent of driftwood washing up on shore, and the chandelier boasts heavy rope, as if from a sailboat. Horizontally paneled, white painted walls add to the seaside charm.
A butler's pantry connected to the dining room creates a convenient preparation space for entertaining. A stylish pendant light illuminates the soft gray cabinetry and dark countertops in the neutral transitional space. A view of the adjacent dining room showcases a beautiful reclaimed wood table and modern, sleek metal chandelier.