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Collection of 'Creative Chandeliers and Modern Chandelier Designs' from all over the world.
Paperclip Chandelier: Designed by Gary Ponzo, this innovative designed is made of 4,000 paperclips. Styrofoam Chandelier: The Styrolight is made from the styrofoam packing material that Apple used to use for shipping their laptops. Chrysanthemum Chandelier: Creation of designer Jin Kim, this glass chandelier lighting is inspired by Chrysanthemum flower. Glass Tube Chandelier: This unusual chandelier by Polish Design studio, called Maria takes it inspiration from the Art Deco period. Color Changing Chandelier: Almost entirely handmade, this chandelier can change colors at the push of a button.
Toothpick Chandelier: Designed by Daisuke Hiraiwa, these elegant chandelier is made using thousands of toothpicks together to make an artistic and unique creation. Optical chandelier: This spectacle chandelier is made of 3,000 lenses from unwanted spectacles.
Invisible Chandelier: Invisible chandelier is made up of hundreds of used bulbs that are lit from within.

Flowerpot Chandelier: This chandelier is a beautiful combination of a planter and a lighting installation by Gumdesign for Tredici. Bed Sheet Chandelier: Its quite simple to make yet it looks great, make your own bed sheet chandelier by following the tutorial.
Hangeliers - Clothes Hangers Chandeliers: Hangeliers by Organelledesign makes wonderful chandeliers from off-the-shelf plastic and wood hangers.
So what if you could combine your love for DIY crafts with doing your bit for recycling?We’ve got some great examples here of just how you can take old wine bottles, for example, and repurpose them into a beautiful and useful work of art.
There’s something really special about taking an everyday, overlooked item and transforming it into something novel, exciting and, for the most part, cost-effective.Spoon Lamp Designer Yaroslav Olenev was named the winner of the Ecology and Design sector of Future Now Magazine for his incredible plastic spoon lamp. Well, instead of discarding of that dainty little thing, you can now transform it into a unique cupcake lantern. All sources we use to create our articles are and will be credited with a proper link-back However, we are hosting a lot of uncredited material from unknown authors we received via mails, from friends and our readers.
If you own copyrights to some material such as images or data and you want us to remove it from our pages, contact us to claim your ownership and we will either credit you and your website, or if you wish – completely remove the content. If you have some leftover pieces you can use them to make beautiful artwork for your walls.
This chandelier is very easy to make; all you need to do is string your plastic flowers together with some fishing line.

Basically, you mix yarn with wallpaper glue, whirl it around a big blown-up balloon and then pop the balloon once it’s dried.
Of course, an artist would be able to take to a whole new level but we’re going to focus on a simple project for now. Try to make the design seem random and don’t spend too much time thinking about the meaning behind the image.
If you want to keep with the recycling theme, instead of buying cheap graters you could ask your friends if they have any old ones to hand over. You’ll just need to drill a hole through the handles to fix them to the wooden beam, and you can even paint the beam and grater-lampshades if you want to introduce some color.Soda Tab Lamp ShadeIf you’re the type who enjoys a daily soda, perhaps it’s time for you to start saving all those tabs so that you can transform them into a shiny, eye-catching lampshade that looks almost like chain metal, but with a twist, of course. You can basically use a map, in this case a map of Canada and transfer it on these thin pieces of wood to create a slatted wood map.
Then arrange them in photo framed on white backgrounds and decorate a wall with them.{found on timeout}.

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