An overload of empty wine bottles in the house just after a fun and frolic party sees its way right into the recycling bin in the backyard the next morning. With the DIY trend on the rise, you can be smart enough to upcycle the bottles and turn them into elegant home accents while sustaining the environment. Head over to the following list of tutorials and innovative techniques to make a wine bottle lamp in a couple of hours.
A playful light fixture made from a couple of wine bottles installed with bulbs, showering a soothing glow over your dinner table.
All you need is a glass cutter to remove the base and insert the bottles with bulbs to create a string of lights.
A majestic finish given to an ordinary empty wine bottle with an incandescent bulb fixed at the top and covered with a soft-toned lamp shade illuminating the dark little corners of your bedroom.
How many points for this wine bottle-turned-lamp shade? It’s time to take off the empty bottles from the shelves before they are tossed into the trash can.
A sleek wine bottle stuffed with gorgeous LED lights to create a cool home accent inspired by the mid-century modern style, adding magnificence to the much-awaited Christmas party.
Here the trick is to fill the bottle with vegetable oil and insert a wick through the bottle cap. Imagine a calm and quiet evening with an eye-pleasing dinner table lamp brightening up your mealtime.
Uplift your dining décor with an eclectic wine bottle lamp embossed with colorful glass pebbles.
A hazel-colored shade snugly fits into a wine bottle, lighting up a contemporary room in the wee hours of the night.
Wrapped in twine, the glimmering handcrafted lampshade is a delightful decorative accent casting a pleasant glow.
Isn’t this a smart way of using the empty wine bottles? Place the lighting fixture on the mantel and bring a new light into your indoor space this winter.
DIY lamp shades have always appealed home décor enthusiasts. Since a wine bottle is an easily available repurposed accessory, you have a plethora of options for metamorphosing it into a twinkling decorative piece. Mark it for your next weekend DIY project.
Published on November 17th 2015 by Michelle Anderson