All of the glass used at bedrock is recycled from bottles, cullet from a large local glass producer, and a glass blowing company. Other materials roll in all of the time as buildings are demolished, glass light fixtures and traffic light lenses are replaced by plastic, etc.
There are some items that one will nearly always find at Bedrock, like their line of exquisite glass tiles which you can see on their website,
and others that come and go. The concrete statuary seconds have great prices and the glass domes, which would be cool cloches, were once bulb covers, maybe on a ship? The day we visited was cold and rainy. After having visited a couple Seattle area nurseries and getting a little wet (Umbrellas are for non northwesterners.) the fire in was a warm and welcome sight.
I always check out this area! Who doesn't love a bargain?
These Glass Eye Studios seconds/discards would be very expensive if they were perfect. However, these are so inexpensive that they can be used in plants or as centers for glass flowers.
Who couldn't use some jellyfish? These would look fun in an aquarium or as creatures in a sea of succulents.
A couple of these glass flowers came home with me.
These heart wind chimes are sweet individually but aren't they fun all together looking a little like a chandelier.
Bottle neck rain chain anyone?
So much great material for creative endeavors! This is heaven for mosaic crafters!
Bedrock lollypops have become very popular garden art!
These timpani shaped glass former light fixtures can be put to all kinds of uses in the garden!
Happy weekend all!