On Sunday night my boyfriend and I walked from Carroll Gardens back to Fort Greene, and we passed a shop window that caught my eye. I noticed some unusual light fixtures on the window of Eva Gentry on Atlantic Avenue, and thought to myself that I hadn't seen them before. Thanks to Remodelista, I now know what they are. Here's the scoop:
"Fashion stylist Michelle James' focus turned to interior design after she bought and renovated an 1866 brownstone in Brooklyn. While renovating the house, James started collecting vintage glass light fixtures and refashioning them into new pieces with a cleaner, more modern look. The one-of-a-kind chandeliers are currently on display at Eva Gentry in Brooklyn (389 Atlantic Avenue). For more information, contact Eva Gentry or Michelle James directly."I'm sure these beauties are way out of my budget, but I find them inspiring nonetheless.