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|Recycled Wine Bottle Lamp|
|Do It Yourself Projects|
|Written by Ooh-la-la Beadtique|
|Wednesday, August 15 2012 4:58 pm|
I was browsing through the Pottery Barn, (rarely do I ever buy, I’m more of a browser) to get some ideas on decorating and I came across this very unique wine bottle chandelier.
They have used "re-purposed" green wine bottles connected to what looks like a metal ring with holes for the neck of the bottle to fit in.
As much as I like the idea of Pottery Barn recycling and making this great chandelier, the price tag is a bit steep making it a bit out of my price range. Here are some options for making your own. From OregonLive.com you can find instructions on how to Make a Wine Bottle Chandelier. The great thing about this chandelier is that they used a recycled bi-fold door from a closet I assume.
And you aren’t limited to using wine or beer bottles only, you can use all sorts of glass bottles and different colors too.
If you are not in the need of a chandelier there is always a wine bottle table lamp project. It is quite simple and affordable. All you need is empty glass bottle and a string of Christmas lights. If you don't have an extra set laying around your house, you can pick up some at Walmart during holiday season, or Canadian Tire which carries some whole year around.
You can simply just string the lights into the bottle trough the top opening, or you can make a little hole into the glass bottle on the side. Here is how:
1. Rinse out your wine bottle and remove the labels (if desired).
Enjoy your original wine bottle lamp and its beautiful ambiance :)
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