How to Decorate Your Home with Harley Davidson Decor

Harley Davidson suits a lot of different decorating eras including the fifties, sixties, seventies and nineties. The style suits all steam punk, Goth and biker themed rooms as well as ones from the fifties and sixties.

The company Harley Davidson makes a lot of different completely interesting knick knacks that can give any room that biker feel.

Not many people are aware of this but you can actually buy Harley Davidson furniture. They make handsome fifties style metal and leather seats that are embossed with images like skulls or the Harley Davidson oil can logo. You can also get pub tables and shield bar style stools. Unique to the Harley Davidson product line are their solo saddle bar stools which have beautiful saddle seats with stitching and studs just like on a motorcycle.

The company also makes a beautiful rolling cooler for storing beer and wine and a unique old-fashioned folding chair plus step stool where the metal and rubber stairs fold inwards into the chair structure.

Harley Davidson is also known for its clocks, mirrors and lighting including its famous fifties style round clock that lights up in neon blue. They also make quite a few clocks that feature Marilyn Monroe and Betty Page look-a-likes perched on their face. They also have reproductions of the genuine motor oil logo done up a big fifties and thirties style clocks as well.

The company also makes lovely door mats, many of them in rubber. They are black cut out mats that look a lot like wrought iron.

Another nice accessory made by the Harley Davidson company are hooks for hanging things that look like the famous Harley Davidson belt buckles.

Even your kitchen can be tricked out in Harley Davidson gear. The company makes a very beautiful cutting board that has the classic logo on it in black. It is made out of tempered glass and has brushed aluminum handles. Of course the Harley Davidson crowd can be quite hard drinkin’ so the company also sells all kinds of beer steins, beer coasters, pilsener beer glasses and beer openers with the company logo on it. You can also get Margarita glasses and drink glasses with the tribal Harley Davidson logo on it. The company also makes an ice bucket and plenty of metal and plastic signs that would look handsome hanging in any retro fifties or nineties style biker style bar or goth style bar.

Decorating With Old Wine Bottles

There are all kinds of different ways that you can use old wine bottles to make incredibly decorative objects. You can make both works of art and recycled objects from old bottles of wine.

One interesting way to make a poster is to soak all of your old wine bottles so the labels come off. You can then use the labels to decorate lampshades, tray or make an interesting poster.

It is easy to turn an old wine bottle into a lamp base. In fact the old chianti bottle in a basket look is just as popular as it as ever been. All you need to do is simply rig it with a light bulb and a cord and then find an old fashioned pale white or checkered shade to go with it.

You can also make lamps out of wine bulb by drilling a hole in the bottom of a bottle and then stuffing it with a string of mini lights. You can use a straightened out hanger to push the lights into the bottle and the plug cord comes out of the bottom of the bottle so you can plug it in. You can also glue beads and other decorative objects to the bottle to make a unique one of a kind light.

If the wine bottle has the right bottom bulbous shape you can actually make a light bulb out of the bottle with the bottle body serving as a colorful glass shade.

Wine bottles can also easily be turned into tumbler style drinking glasses. You can buy special saws and little hammers for cutting the bottles of bottles and then polishing them. These often make better vases than drinking glasses depending on how smooth you can get the lip of the cut glass to be. The cut off bottoms of wine bottles also make nice bottoms for hurricane candles. You can use a small bit of wire to hold the candle stable in the cut of bottle.

Wine bottles can also be used to make an edging for a garden. You dig a hole and bury the bottle upside down and have the bottom of the bottle showing like a round glass patio stone.

Wine bottles can also be recycled to be used as containers for flavored olive oils. You can make your own by adding dried basil, rosemary, sun dried tomatoes or sticks of oregano to a bottle. Tie this all up with a ribbon and it makes a great gift.