The addition of the Currey & Co. mason jar light fixture created the perfect country aesthetic for this family. To keep the space feeling contemporary and to add some color, Leah Atkins Design also used a geometric flat weave rug from Surya.
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.
This multipurpose room functions as a laundry area and craft space. A bold blue island with cabinet space features a butcher block countertop that works great for messy crafts. In one corner, a niched wall works well for a stackable washer and dryer, and on the other side of the door, a built-in bookshelf displays art and knickknacks. A quaint powder room is nearby for convenience.
This porch is sparkling with the holiday spirit. A chandelier made from mason jars, basic lumber and tree trimmings adds rustic ambience to the space. By changing year-round bulbs with low-wattage bulbs, twinkle lights will overpower the yearlong fixtures and create a soft glow.
Clean, white wall space gives a fresh and airy look to this contemporary kitchen. Angled gold rods fixed around the pendant lights creates decoration above the stylish place settings displayed on the white island countertop. A gray tile backsplash meshes the silver of the stainless steel appliances with the white. A large watercolor and green apples displayed in a glass jar add colorful accents to the space.
Untreated wood gives this room a beautiful, natural light coloring. Wood shelves holding a small display of candles and mason jars are connected to wall hooks with dark chains, adding a decorative touch to the design. Lantern-like sconces complete the simple but attractive look.