Imagine hanging this gorgeous wine glass chandelier from your dining room ceiling. Designed by Bjorn Stillefors, Jorgen Pudeck, and Gunnar Cedervall, the chandelier provides a sturdy structure for you to hang either 16 or 40 wine and champagne glasses upside down. By selecting which glasses you’d like to hang, you not only get to design your own fixture but your lighting effect, as well, as the glasses refract light and sparkle just like a crystal chandelier. We think a dimmable 40 watt equivalent LED bulb would help lend a cozy atmosphere to romantic nights spent dining in. Cheers to that.
It’s hard to believe that this intricate spherical lamp comes flat-packed in a box just over an inch thick, but New Zealand eco designer David Trubridge proves that great things can indeed come in small packages. His stunning Coral Painted Pendant is made from bamboo plywood: the interior features a range of vibrant colors while the outside remains in its natural state. This fabulous lamp can be easily assembled with little effort and would work spectacularly with an 8-watt (40-watt equivalent) LED bulb for just the right amount of illumination.
Eco-conscious coffee drinkers will dig this stunning chandelier that repurposes thousands of plastic coffee stirrers to create one spectacular lighting fixture. Designed by Studio Veríssimo, the ultra-luxe chandelier can be fitted with a 60 watt incandescent equivalent LED bulb that will cast beautiful shadows as light passes and refracts through its crystalline shapes.
The Grand Trianon is a modern beehive-like pendant made of post-consumer coated Tyvek. When illuminated, the Grand Trianon emits a soft checkered glow from behind its woven surface, creating a dazzling effect on surrounding walls. Lightweight and simple by design, this lamp will meld perfectly with any decor – install an 8 watt LED bulb for ambient lighting or a 12.5 watt LED bulb to more fully illuminate a room.