Monarch Coffee Table
Curving, distressed iron legs sweep gracefully from beneath and alight like delicate wings at the four corners, as butterfly-shaped joiners splice together the planks of the rustic wooden top. For ordering assistance and more, please contact us. For aesthetic advice and tips to help decorate your space, enjoy our complimentary home styling services.
Incredible Seven Cylinder Jacobs Aircraft Engine Coffee Table
To date, this our biggest, most intensive restoration project. It's a monster and an incredible piece of design. It took our metal guys over a year to complete the polishing work and every inch of the thing is a testament to that time. A beautiful object, turned into a monumental coffee table. This is the ultimate for any aviation buff.
Steampunk Art, Urban Recycling Art From Artist Marcel Boonen
Art made from metal scrap into steampunk design lamps, clocks and other imaginative objects. All unique steampunk style decoration art pieces.
Modern Farmhouse Tractor Industrial Table Lamp - iD Lights
Some modern farmhouse industrial table lamps made with old farm tractor parts by Machine Age Lamp.
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Iron Pipe Lamp with Wood Base
Description: I wanted to make something that looks as if it were in Thomas Edison's workshop. With a bit of steam-punk inspirations, this lamp is made of found items such as iron pipe fittings secured into a wooden base, brass wire fittings, toggle switch on base, and re-purposed hubcaps that serve as reflectors. The base of the lamp is made of layered wood and is finished in a clear acrylic protective coating. The bottom of the wood base has a red felt attached to protect the furniture you…
Cool CNC-friendly desk lamp design | Make:
Pedro Mealha was inspired by those 3D plywood dinosaur kits when he designed this lamp, called rhizome, the armature of which is a great example of the emerging "router aesthetics" Bruce Sterling wrote about back in MAKE Volume 11. I also like the wooden race and exposed ball-bearings that let it pivot at the base. Now if we can just persuade him to post the DXF files on Thingiverse...