A celebration of new life in Toronto, this piece is how Adam is trying to fit in and understand Toronto. A vibrant red coat has been aged and distressed to look like a real relic complete with braided power cord and a convenient dimmer switch.
Three gorgeous hemlock shelves salvaged from the old Toronto Harbour are nestled between the ends of a 1920’s cast iron radiator. This truly stunning and unique design piece will be at home amongst tradition furniture or in a modern contemporary space. The radiator is finished in a dark tinted clear coat to keep the iron tones, the timber in a neutral stain to preserve the natural cool colourings, paired together for a bold, raw aesthetic.
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Part of a collection of signs celebrating iconic Toronto nicknames, Adam is embracing our recent move to The 6. A vibrant red coat has been aged and distressed to look like a real relic, complete with braided power cord and a convenient dimmer switch so you can knock back the light to a glow or crank it when you really want to shine. Hanging hardware and 2 spare bulbs are included, inexpensive replacement bulbs are available through our website.
Add some zest to your space! These wall mounting lights are really fun, powered by low voltage LED lights they are safe and efficient, various colors and design are available, hanging hardware is supplied and installation is easy.
Born 5/19/16 Our first foray into the world of neon, and we are pretty jazzed about this BAR sign. Another new addition is the coloured bulb holders, which are fitted with a dimmer and truly make the primary colour scheme pop. Vintage houndstooth cord finishes off this beauty and as usual, hanging kit and spare bulbs included. Inexpensive bulb replacements are available through our website.