Hi— My name's Nate and among a small handful of other things, I create one-of-a-kind lamps. Each one is hand crafted from materials that have been salvaged and sourced from the Pacific Northwest, lending a deep sense of authenticity and uniqueness to each lamp.

If you're interested in purchasing a lamp and don't see one available that suits you, leave your email address and I'll drop you a line as I complete new lamps.



#17 Barnwood B

The embedded hardware, through-holes, and paint all testify to a history that long-preceeds its current life, bringing light into yours. With a fire-engine-red dimmer knob and fort-knox-gold cord, Barnwood B is the real deal. Finished with a soaring Tilandsia and fully dimmable spiral globe lamp. —$235 // Buy Now // Ask A Question

#16 Venus

Half of two partsó$15 off when purchased with its partner. —$180 // Buy Now // Ask A Question

#15 Mars

Half of two partsó$15 off when purchased with its partner. —$180 // Buy Now // Ask A Question

#14 Barnwood C

There's so much to love about Barnwood C, and with an aesthetic that appeals to mechanics and gentrifiers alike, it screams equally, 'Pottery Barn' and 'Minnesota Cabin'. —$165 // Buy Now // Ask A Question

#13 Boatman II

Warm sand and tilandsia evoke visions of beaches. Not to shabby. —$175 // Buy Now // Ask A Question

Previous Lamps

#12 Boatman I

Between the authentic brass fuel port, copper breakup bulb, and a golden twist cable, there's something about the Boatman to tickle the fancy of those both nautical and woodland. —Sold

#11 Little A & Little B

Little A & Little B were teased as children for being scrappy. "But," they would always point out, "being scrappy's a hell of a lot better than being kindling!" —Sold

#10 Big A & Big B

A barn in Snohomish, WA was demolished to make way for new power lines, and Big A & Big B were born. —Sold

#09 John

Sprung from the potting shed, John's triumphant arms reach skyward, evoking perhaps the chaos of tangled summertime hoses. The rustic train-trestle block is complimented by a garden-green cord and sprinker valve dimmer. —Sold

#08 Gloria

With a gold crown up top, did you reall think that there was any other option? —Sold

#07 Ben

This thing smells like the ocean... The salty, industrial ocean. —Sold

#06 Sita

Classy, clean, complete— “Sita” is hewn from naturally beautiful Cedar, harvested from within the city of Seattle. The focus of Sita's attention is a tossup between a tasteful tillandsia and the fully-dimmable 30-watt tube lamp. Fortunately Sita doesn't force you to choose favorites. —Sold

#05 Annalee

Annalee holds a six-foot golden lasso cord as she stands atop a pile of retired porch planks, conquering the plains of the West and of your dreams. A Water Tower Red dimmer switch ignites a gentle campfire glow, revealing a midnight grove of cacti amid a cozy pebble desert. —Sold

#04 Kayte

California's badass—rockin' since the eighties. —Sold

#03 Alyse

Alyse's vintage mason glass is hung tastefully from a hand-woven braid of black and silver wires. A true first of her kind—positively unforgettable. —Sold