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Spiraling Pendant Lamp Made Entirely of Clothes Hangers by Natalie Sampson

by , 03/05/12

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UK-based designer Natalie Sampson created this spiraling pendant lamp by fanning velvet coat hangers into an elegant helical form. The lamp casts beautiful shadows upon nearby surfaces, and it can be easily outfitted with a low-energy LED or CFL bulb. Natalie’s website showcases an amazing range of recycled lamps made from all sorts of everyday materials – check them out here!

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  1. Dannette March 5, 2012 at 7:08 pm

    Wow! How cool is that? I can only imagine the mood a lamp like that could set. As it reflects off of the wall with slits of lite and shaped shadows. Very cool, thanks for sharing!

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