Art Blog

Big Ass Summer Sale!

That’s the only way to describe it. We are having a big ass sale. We are offering up to 40% discounts on select items throughout August 2016. All pricing is on the web at Local friends, you can come and pick up your items to avoid shipping charges. For customers not in the Twin Cities, we’ll get affordable crating and shipping rates for your destination. You can make purchases directly on our website, our Etsy store, or in person. Our showroom is by appointment only so please call 952-224-2427 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to schedule time to see your favorites in person.

747-200 Instrument Panel

747 200 panelThis cockpit instrument panel was removed from a retired Boeing 747-200. It is custom framed in an aluminum shadowbox for displaying on a wall. All of the buttons are functional and irresistible to touch. This is a one of a kind item you won’t find anywhere else. It measures 29.5 inches long, 22 inches tall and about 3 inches thick. It would make a great conversation starter in your office, man cave, or home.

777 Windows Are Here!

777 windowsVERY RARE!
Aero Art Shop is now taking orders for Boeing 777 window cut outs. They will be stripped and polished by our talented artists. A hanging mechanism will be attached to the back for displaying on the walls of your home or office. We will also be making an amazing table from them. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to order!

Father's Day Gift Ideas

DSC 1950eWe’ve been adding new products to our site over the last few months, with Father’s Day in mind. We have small items like wine bottle stoppers, all the way to large furniture pieces. If you want to give your dad or husband a gift that will surprise him, this is sure to be the one.

Father's Day is coming up!

B757 chairs727 instrument panelAviation lovers, we’ve recently added some new items to our website with Father’s Day in mind. On our “Furniture” page, we have first class seat pairs from the 757 Eco Demonstrator. They have original seat belts, tray tables, and seat back pockets. They are dark navy blue leather and would look great next to any décor. Imagine having these as office waiting chairs, home theater chairs, or in any “man cave”.

On our “Wall Art” page, we feature a sale on select stator mirrors, and a new hanging shadow box containing a 747-200 cockpit instrument panel. This would be a hit with any aviation lover, and all of the buttons move so it’s fun as well as a great piece of history to own.

On our “Miscellaneous” page, we have three new beer tap handles made entirely out of aircraft engine pieces. They have a standard tap attachment so they would work with any beer tap. It’s a perfect “under $100” item for any aviation or beer lover!

We are always making new pieces, so please keep checking our site. As always, local customers are encouraged to make an appointment to visit our showroom if you want to get a closer look at something you’ve got your eye on.

We are Hiring!

Jeanne chair and stoolAero Art Shop is looking for an experienced furniture and fine art salesperson for a base salary plus commission sales position. Our sales include high-end custom furniture and art pieces made from retired aircraft parts and engines. Take your career to new heights and apply today: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Using Your Parts to Create Art

Meggitt BrakeWe were recently commissioned by Meggitt, a company that engineers extreme environment components for the aerospace, defense, and energy industry. They asked us to use their parts to make two custom coffee tables. They needed these pieces to show off their components at trade shows around the world.

They shipped us one wheel and one brake. Our artisans created a base for each part and configured a way to attach them. We added a glass table top and they became gorgeous coffee tables. We also provided them with special re-usable crates made with heat treated lumber and latches capable of being shipped world-wide.  Using another company’s parts was a welcomed project for us. 

If you have items you’d like to turn into beautiful furniture for your business or home, please contact us.

Please understand that all our pieces are unique, and as such they have limited availability. In rare cases a piece shown on this site may no longer be available.

To learn more about the operations that produce the materials for our products, visit Aircraft Demolition.