Styling with Cray Pots (lobster pots)

Who would have thought cray pots would become such wonderful items to decorate a home or garden with? 

Believe it or not these hand made cray pots make great light shades.

At Kook Katz resort wear shop on Hastings St, Noosa there is a cane craypot above the sales desk. Looks fabulous doesn't it?

And at Brisbane Riverbar there is one overlooking a table. It fits in right at home with all the Coastal Vintage type things behind on the wall doesn't it?

How about one or two in the garden? 
This one looks so natural placed amongst the flowers here at the boathouse cafe at Palm Beach, NSW.  

And here again....just beautiful.

Or perhaps a dozen or so hanging from the ceiling. This is at the Ivanhoe Hotel in Manly, NSW. WoW!

And at night it brightens up this spot. Looks incredible doesn't it?

So who would have thought a little old craypot could be used in so many wonderful ways?

These are hand made by an ex-fisherman and his daughter in-law and we keep both single cane & double cane in stock.  If you would like more information about these click the link to our website below. 

* Boathouse cafe & Ivanhoe hotel images via pinterest. 


  1. February 2017 at 11:43

    Do you have single hanging lights made from bamboo or fish traps that are at least 30 inches tall. Please reply to


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