Recycled Pop Pendant Lights

If  you regularly follow my blog you know I admire lighting from found and recycled objects. Here are a few more examples from the web.

15″ Pop Tab Pendant Light by Mauricio Affonso.

Mountain Dew Bottle ReGlow Pendant Light by Shelley Spicuzza.

Sandblasted 2-litre bottles are made into shades for lamps or pendants by Sarah Turner.

Painted cola bottle chandelier by Caroline, The Feminist Housewife.
(instructions by Caroline)

This last one isn’t a pendant light nor a recycled pop light for that matter.  It’s a whole ceiling of repurposed bottles. Recycled brown glass bottles are hung in a wave pattern from the Adelaide Aesop store ceiling in Australia. This must be spectacular  in person. I wonder if I could collect enough Ty Nant water bottles to make my own?

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