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Recycled Wine Bottle Pendant Lights

Heirloom Claremont’s Etsy page sells a range of different upcycled lights. Here is a collection that caught my eye. They are upcycled wine bottles, cut, and fitted with an Edison light bulb. These pendant lights can be ordered in different shapes and colors, depending on the wine bottle used. They are ideal for rustic, industrial or vintage settings.

recycled wine bottle lights

recycled wine bottle lights

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Vintage Upcycled Lamp With Edison Bulb

Created by Blue Ring Photo and Art, this industrial style lamp uses scrap metal pieces to create a unique lamp – a bronze light socket, an old film reel, along with an Edison style light bulb.

“Living in the outdoor wonderland of Bend, Oregon, I try to fabricate unique creations from as much recycled material as I can strum up. That way I can help repurpose someone else’s castaway items and help give them another life in a whole new setting.”

Vintage Recycled Lamp

Vintage Recycled Lamp

Vintage Recycled Lamp

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Vintage Motorbike Parts Turned Into Lamps and Tables

recycled motorbike parts wall lamp

Classified Moto not only makes custom made motorbikes, but they use bike parts to create beautiful antique and vintage furniture and lighting. They use recycled parts of 70’s and 80’s Japanese motorbikes: “The components are likely to have traveled many thousands of miles in the good old days, so some dings and scratches are present.

For the Classified Moto Lamp: “The design incorporates a spring/shock welded to a transmission gear welded to a brake rotor. High quality Bakelite sockets finish it off in keeping with the vintage vibe.

The lamps cost in the $250 range, while the table costs $1,400 – Classified Moto.

recycled motorbike lamp

recycled motorbike

recycled motorbike parts wall lamp

recycled motorbike parts coffee table

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DIY Flexible Light Ribbon Using Reused Materials and LEDs

DIY recycled felt light

Sara Bergano, in collaboration with Giusy Arciresi, made a flexible strip of lighting out of scrap felt, an old phone battery charger and an array of 50 LED lights. Because it is flexible it can be formed into any shape to create different organic forming lights fixtures. The light was made for an exhibition to spread the importance of reusing scrap materials – site.

DIY recycled light

DIY felt light

DIY light

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Lighting Profile: TOBYhouse’s Beach Ball Pendant Light

Toby of TOBYhouse has designed this playful pendant light using a real PVC beach ball. The beach ball has been transformed by hand into a designer pendant light that has a solid internal structure to house the light. The light can be ordered on the website here.

Beachball Light

Beachball Light

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Upcycled Florescent Strip Lamps: Looks like Something from Pixar

Studio mischer‘traxler have gone and completely redesigned standard lamps to use florescent light strips. There is something so playful about these lights, like they could be a part of a Pixar movie. The concept around the Relumine lights is based around the idea that normal incandescent light bulbs, the ones you would normally fit into lamps, are not as energy inefficient as florescent lights.  So they went out to redesign and recycle lamps to use florescent lights.

Upcycled Florescent Lamps

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