Khrysalis and Kortex Lamp Beautifully Upcycles Wine Bottles

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Khrysalis and Kortex Lamp Beautifully Upcycles Wine Bottles by Jerry Kott



The Khrysalis and Kortex Lamps by Jerry Kott is a beautiful pendant lamp that upcycles used wine bottles into beautiful pendant lighting fixtures. Each lamp is 17 inches in length and would be the perfect showpiece in an organic wine bar. Currently, the lamps are only available in pendant form, but the designer intends to expand his line to incorporate table lamps as well. Kott is also experimenting with 30 inch lamp lengths which would use a wide variety of different colored wine bottles to diversify his lineup of classy upcycled wino lamps.

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9 Responses to “Khrysalis and Kortex Lamp Beautifully Upcycles Wine Bottles”

  1. Kestrel Jenkins says:

    The beauty of glass wine bottles is only enhanced with this design!

  2. Jasmin Malik Chua says:

    I’d love these in my kitchen!

  3. They should start collecting them from others.. I always think wine bottles are so pretty but have no idea what to do with them

  4. Billy Rubin says:

    These elegant lighting designs combine true “green” craftsmanship with an enlightened level of sophistication and style. Love ‘em!!

  5. armand perez says:

    Hace unos 10 años diseñe y comercialice una botella de CAVA como una lampara de colgar tambien de sobremesa y aplique.
    Diseñador Armand Perez
    Fabricante Triam
    Siquereis puedo enviar fotografias.
    Saludis Armand

  6. black scottie says:

    Such a simple and bright idea of recyclinig or reusing! I love it!!

  7. Dawn says:

    This series is lovely and compelling, with the added caveat of upcycling. Love them!

  8. divyasg says:

    dont you think..the glass bottles makes the lamp too heavy ..and so all the weight is transferred to the cord?

  9. vnvn says:

    how u get the bulb inside the bottle

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