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Thomas Troisch Cobbles Together Colorful Sea Glass Chandeliers Using Recycled Materials

by , 03/12/12

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Thomas Troisch cobbles together reclaimed materials and colorful seaglass to make these unique chandeliers. “After having stared at one too many $1,295 rental apartment excuses for a ceiling light, I decided to create something different,” he wrote to us. “Rooted in the opulence of old-world design, the strict use of reclaimed materials and hardware embodies the essence of recycling and sustainability.” In addition to the glittering sea glass, Troisch also uses seasoned driftwood and salt-corroded metals to create his one-of-a-kind lights.

+ Thomas Troisch

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