This project was a very customized one. This Indiana couple had struggled with lighting in their lake home and they had a 14' dining room table and needed a large light. We worked together to come up with a design that would allow for the ceiling beam. This chandelier has 21 elk antlers, 12 up lights and 5 down lights. The chandelier is 9' long and 3' wide and approx 3' tall on both sides of the beam. We were very pleased as were our clients with the way the fixture turned out. As shown the possibilities are endless here at Crooked Creek Antler Art.
When Deer Haven Acres in Adams, WI needed the perfect lighting for their lodge, they contacted us and we were able to create a piece that was both functional and artistic at the same time.
After locating several antique pieces on his family property, this Pennsylvania customer contacted us to discuss how these pieces might be incorporated into an antler fixture. After discussing his vision at great length with him, we were able to come up with this unique fixture that is displayed in his home.
This one-of-a-kind bar light was designed for a Wisconsin man who was looking for a dramatic chandelier to compliment his rustic decor bar.
This is our first pair of snowshoe sconces built in 2001 at my mother's request when they built their log home in Illinois. Our snowshoe sconces are one of our best selling items and work very well on either side of a fireplace or large window.
When this Alabama client wanted an island for his kitchen we were able to design and create a beautiful walnut piece using elk antlers and a cross gain butcher block top.
This New York couple was looking for an exceptional lighting piece to compliment their 12' dining table. This piece was a perfect fit.