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Celebration Chandelier made out of used champagne corks

Celebration Chandelier is an ingenious and environmentally-friendly design solution by British designer Alkesh Parmar to help reduce waste. With so many champagne corks going straight to the garbage bin, especially during the holidays, Parmar decided enough was enough.

With design skills and love for Mother Nature in hand, he set out to create an elegant and sustainable chandelier made from the recycled corks. He hollowed out the corks, then outfitted them with LED lights, until finally clustering them together. The chandeliers come in different forms and designs, made to fit different settings, such as a living room, a bar, a kitchen, and so on.

Via Junk Culture

celebration chandelier by Alkesh Parmar
celebration chandelier by Alkesh Parmar

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