These plastic lamps made of six pack rings by Bao Khang Luu received 1742 votes.

This spiky and wonderful traffic cone lamp by Loretta Haaker received 2476 votes.

Luis Teixeira’s stunning translucent chandelier made of old hangers came in with 577 votes.

What a fun idea for a rainy day! Chris Kaasmann’s cereal box map art got 160 votes.

Shaaban Bassem’s stylish Tusht chair made out of a bucket came in with 119 votes.

Basurata Chan made this beguiling Illuminata lamp out of old yogurt bottles and received 140 votes.

Sean Miller’s awesome shelf made of National Geographics got a lot of attention with 162 votes.

Last but not least, Natalie Hojman’s adorable Potus Pot upcycled from an old light bulb got 436 votes!

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