There’s nothing better than an exposed brick wall to show off vintage glass bottle lights. Every now and then we all dream of living in a loft with high ceilings and exposed brick walls. That loft also doesn’t come with children. That might be too much of a dream come true so let’s keep it somewhat realistic. Picture that loft again and now it comes with vintage glass bottle lights hanging from the ceiling. The pendant lights come in four different sizes and they are clustered together at different heights to create one unique lighting display. And because your loft has high ceilings with matching tall windows, your vintage glass bottle lights are on display for all the neighbors to see too.
Vintage Glass Bottle Lights
So what is the attraction to exposed brick walls. Particularly if the bricks on the wall are vintage and distressed. The more worn the bricks the more appeal they have. Varying shades of red with rough cement mortar. Somehow, the backdrop of bricks make furniture products and lights look even better. Bricks are just made from clay bearing soil or sometimes sand and lime. They are used to make walls, pavements and all kinds of masonry construction. You might not have known that there are fired and non fired bricks. Fired bricks are one of the longest lasting and strongest building materials and they have been used for centuries. But production of bricks increased enormously during the Industrial Revolution which was about the time most of our dream lofts were built. So it’s no surprise that these vintage glass bottle lights look this good in a vintage brick loft. Hang them high or hang them low and these pendants will steal the show. Got brick?
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