Bobbie's Barn

Broadway,  VA 
United States
  • Booth: 404

My art is repurposing 'found objects' into one-of-a-kind lamps. By combining new electrical parts and random ‘bases’ - rustic, retro, elegant, vintage, industrial or whimsical objects – I create unique, interesting and functional works of art. Attention to detail, such as painting the new sockets (and other shiny bits) so that they ‘blend’ with the base is my trademark. Vintage lightbulbs included. I also enjoy custom work – turning a family heirloom or a favorite item lamp.


  • Knock, knock! Who's there?
    Vintage brass doorknob backplate...

  • An ornate brass doorknob backplate repurposed as a delightful accent lamp. Included is a key and a bulb which is reminiscent of the crystal doorknobs used in the early to mid 1900s.
  • Chariot Wheel?
    Rustic iron wheel and harness...

  • This awesome iron wheel was once part of something - perhaps an old wheelbarrow? The original patina shows the character of this handsome piece. It is mounted on reclaimed wood from a blacksmith shop built in 1865 by a Union soldier who stayed in the Shenandoah Valley after the war and married a local girl.
  • Old Googley Eyes
    Vintage Brass Gauge lamp...

  • This appealing mid-century brass gauge was made by the Victor Equipment Company. It comes with a 12" specialty bulb which adds an other-worldly aura to this interesting lamp.
  • From Frankenstein's Laboratory
    Vintage Lab Apparatus...

  • This vintage laboratory stand combined with a spectacular 12" bulb is a great accent piece for any location.