Trend Alert — Wine Bottle Lighting

Good wine and good lighting come together with this trend. Some of these have been around a bit, but we are seeing more—and more interesting—light fixtures and lamps made from wine bottles.

My favorite is Pottery Barn’s Wine Bottle Chandelier that my friend Marie at Decorator on Demand mentioned on her blog. The ring of suspended green bottles is simple and impactful.

Pottery Barn Wine Bottle Chandelier

Pottery Barn Wine Bottle Chandelier in Room

FCL Style’s take on a Wine Bottle Chandelier is a reproduction of a French antique. Its quirky beauty develops as you add souvenir bottles from favorite wines.

FCL Style Wine Bottle Chandelier

My Twitter friend @remodelcenter reminded me of the Meyda line of wine-bottle lighting, like this lively Seven-Light Floor Lamp, the Three Light Sconce or this Blue, Wall-Pocket Sconce.

Meyda Transitional Wine Bottle Floor Lamp

Meyda 3-Bottle SconceMeyda Wine Bottle Pocket Sconce

Etsy’s Bent Bottle crafts this creative pendant from flattened bottles. Or for some colorful candlelight, suspend a grouping of WineVine Imports’ Wine Bottle Tea Lights.

Bottles Up Recycled Wine Bottle Pendant Lamp

Wine Bottle Tea Lights at Winevine Imports

Wine Bottle Lamp Kit

A DIY option? Try this kit to make your own Wine Bottle Lamp.

Tell us about the room (real or fantasy) where you’d use a wine bottle light.

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