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Dazzling Cascade Chandelier is Made From Chains of Recycled Plastic Bottle Flowers
Posted By Ana Lisa Alperovich On June 14, 2011 @ 9:36 am In Bright Ideas,Green Design Competitions,Green Lighting,Recycled Materials | 1 Comment
British designer Michelle Brand ‘s Cascade Lancashire Ceiling Lights  are an eco-friendly twist on the iconic chandelier. Made from hanging flower-shaped bottle bases cleverly attached together by plastic tagger tails, this lamp was inspired by the beauty of everyday objects and would make a magnificent feature for any living area. This brilliant plastic waterfall comes in many different colored shades and its length can vary according to the look you’re going for. If you love this fantastic recycled bottle light , don’t forget to vote for it before our Bright Ideas Lighting Design Competiton  closes in a few hours!
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URLs in this post:
 Michelle Brand: http://www.michellebrand.co.uk/
 Cascade Lancashire Ceiling Lights: http://inhabitat.com/bright-ideas-competition/michelle-brands-cascading-soda-bottle-chandeliers/
 Bright Ideas Lighting Design Competiton: http://inhabitat.com/announcing-the-finalists-of-the-bright-ideas-lighting-design-competition/
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