Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Airloom Art Pt. 2

As promised in the previous post,
here are three more styles of our 'Airloom Art'.







I love the idea of using the piece pictured above, 
in a nursery or a pretty powder room.
When the light hits the crystals, it really sparkles.








The clapper of this last windchime is made from the bottom of a wine goblet. The windchime itself is a chafing dish and allows space for flowers to be laid in the top. 
This piece is quite gorgeous as unique wedding d├ęcor.




Which piece is your favorite?

-Amanda & Liz

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Airloom Art

We are very pleased to share with you
photos of our first batch of 'Airloom Art'.


 
These wind-chimes had been on our 'to-do' list 
for awhile now, and we love how our first collection turned out.





We created each piece using a combination of silver-plate hollow-ware, vintage chandelier crystals, Swarovski crystals and even a little bit of gemstones and copper.
They are all made by hand and one of a kind.



In celebration we held a little photo-shoot in the backyard.
We used a great collection of vintage linens that my mother-in-law had given me to create a romantic tee-pee setting. While we showcased the hanging art outdoors, they certainly look captivating indoors as well.




We will share our other three styles in the next post. 
Thank you for stopping by! And yes they are available for purchase.

-Amanda & Liz