Industrial Illumination: Up-Cycled Lighting Ideas
Entry #1867, November 26, 2012
Homemade lamps have never failed to impress people from all generations. Well, the value of lighting at home doesn’t only concern with the intensity of light but also the brilliance it adds into your home. With impressive lighting, your home will have an amazing touch of radiance especially in the dark.
Homemade lighting fixtures evolve each year. It continues to electrify the structural design and theme to enhance the looks of your home. Just like the Up-cycled lighting system that is introduced recently in the market.
They offer several homemade designs that are so amazing and awe-inspiring. Here are some of the Up-cycled lighting systems that will capture your attention. Thanks Cavender Diary blog for the great ideas!
Hanging Wine Bottles in Wine Cellar
This is extremely classic and classy. It’s not your usual chandelier lighting fixtures but rather a new approach of having a hanging lighting system. The wine bottles provide the unique characteristics of lighting. Also, the shape of the bottle is superbly timeless and very sophisticated.
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Double Pipe Wall Sconce
The design of this lighting fixture will bring you back in time but with a twist of a contemporary touch. It is built primarily on a water pipe metal that makes it looks solid and stable. This design is perfect for your garage or any type of room that has a natural theme.
Modern Chandelier from Pipes
This is another pipe lighting design fixture that shines above the rest. It may be built with pipes but you will never notice it because of its elegance and style. Another great feature of this chandelier is that it is arranged beautifully to have a modern look. This design is great for living room or areas at home where you have a wider space.
These are just some of the best Up-cycled lighting that will provide you with an excellent alternative for home lighting fixtures.
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