Big Bottles Result in Big Lamps • Recyclart
So I had this huge 15 liter (~4 US gallon) bottle laying around in my home and had to use it somehow... Then, one day, after seeing countless upcycling ideas
Best Wood Beam Chandelier DIYs - iD Lights
Look at these reclaimed wood beam chandelier ideas. Great in a vintage interior or even a kitchen, perfect for a rustic lamp as modern farmhouse lighting!
The White Lamp • Recyclart
Assembly between an opaline globe for the base and 33 used bulbs for the lampshade. Available at Recupatine website !
Beautiful Well Pulley Lamp with Mason Jars - iD Lights
Great pulley with mason jars lighting, we love this light fixture! You could design an entire room around just this! Like this for over dining table, this
Bottle Neck Candle Holders • Recyclart
Bottle neck candle holders. Different shapes and sizes, depending of what kind of bottle it is: beer bottle, wine bottles etc.
Funky Orange Globe Night Light Or Bedside Table Lamp • Recyclart
I made this Orange Globe Night Light after finding a funky orange lamp at a secondhand store. I decided the most interesting part of the lamp was the base.
Lightbulb Miniature Valentine's Day Diy Idea! • Recyclart
Make a big impact with a Lightbulb Miniature Valentine's Day DIY Idea! This project was inspired by those ship-in-a-bottle art pieces. Create any theme you want with mini charms inside the light bulb. Add a hot air balloon, or a little flying bird, or anything else you wish!
Dram Glasses Chandeliers • Recyclart
These light sculptures are built using found "Salvation Army" drinking glasses, that have been repurposed into beautiful suspended chandeliers. The mix of
Salt Dough Frog Features Upcycled Decorative Stone Eyes • Recyclart
This Salt Dough Frog was made from a homemade salt dough recipe that you can find at the Morton's Salt website (and numerous other copycat sites too). The eyes are decorative stones used in plants.
Crushed Bottle Glass Jewelry and Eco Friendly Accessories • Recyclart
We make each piece by hand, from collecting jars, beer and wine bottles, as well as found and discarded glass. We then crush the recycled glass and fuse it