Industrial Mason Jar Light

Lighting Ideas 06.17.15
I created an industrial Mason jar light fixture for above my kitchen sink. I got these Mason jars from my husband's grandmother about 25 years ago and have used them in my kitchen ever since. I thought this was a fun way to use them.
  • Vicki T
    Vicki T Casper, WY
    Suesan are you OK with my pinning your idea on my Pinterest board? I have to share your idea with my family :)
  • Nancy C
    Nancy C Middleburg, FL
    Sorry, not a fan of this at all.
  • Shelley B
    Shelley B Rushville, NY
    They would even look good in a bathrm I bet !
  • Mark S
    Mark S Mather, PA
    If you vented it ,it would let bugs in !!!!!its ok as metal and mason jars are not flamable and the design is spaced from everything (smartly i might add) so it can be hot all it wants and hurt nothing all the while being bug free!!!!
  • Rebecca C
    Rebecca C Saint Joseph, MI
    Love the creativity! :)
  • April
    April Lawrenceville, GA
    What a neat idea! I wouldn't have thought of that one.
  • Rose S
    Rose S Marietta, GA
    I love it! Now I'll need a good electrician that can do that for me.
  • Renee T
    Renee T Humboldt, TN
    i love this idea. so creative
  • Rebecca D
    Rebecca D Dearborn, MI
    SO COOL! A great Idea Suesan. i have two blue mason jars from my MoMs house. Been using them for my cut flowers in my yard!
  • Alethea S
    Alethea S Springfield, OH
    I asked the same question, about heat build-up, of a person who made a Mason Jar Chandelier. She said that she didn't have any trouble with it. However, I think she used chandelier bulbs. I know my chandelier bulbs get mighty hot! With these lights, I
  • Barbie P
    Barbie P North Matewan, WV
    love the idea my brain is stirring now I want a mason jar chandalier and marybe some patio lights :D
  • Sharon
    Sharon Wheeling, IL
    Great idea to make it country style jar light. Thank you for sharing. I loved it,
  • Vickie B
    Vickie B Hazleton, IA
    I am wondering if there would be enough air flow in the jar bet it gets pretty hot if used very long. Looks great tho
  • Debi M
    Debi M Washington, NC
    Very good use of old jars...I don't think I would use regular light bulbs though. LED lights would put out a lot of light witthout the heat
  • Sherry A
    I usually think of myself as fairly creative, but you have me beat for sure! What an idea! Thanks for sharing.
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