PIN SEVEN: Concrete light, used as a unique industrial design. I imagine this light to be found in warehouse used as a design studio/business. The cracking in the concrete allows the netting material behind to be visible and adds texture to the light.
Even discarded keys and coins can be turned into beautiful art with some creativity and the right sort of know-how. Michael (or Moerkey), an artist in Australia, does exactly that, turning discarded keys and coins into bottles, lampshades and other beauti
groovy things "I need to show this to my husband. He is making things from metal scraps.this is cute and what an easy project." Need excellent tips and hints on arts and crafts? Head to my amazing site!
Rock this light for spa interior style! what an incredible way to bring nature into your home - inside a light! the Seltanica Light by Commonwealth, With a smooth, simple exterior, and an intricate interior all cast into a white Gypsum
Durable outdoor pendant lamps from Rainer Mutsch. Crafted from hand-molded fiber-cement shells, they hang from the same rope used for sailboats. They have pure style that can, of course, go indoors too