At Recyclart, we love lights & lamps, so we’ve made an extensive selection of lights made of recycling and upcycling. So will your next light be made from recycling? You should if you want to have a unique one!
I absolutely hated the off-white/yellowish ugly “shade” covers on the light fixture in our bathroom. I decided to try something different on the same light fixture. Cheap and Easy.
A light sconce made with old fencing and a wine bottle!
An aviation lamp made from a reclaimed runway light!
I made my Upcycled Mini Winter Model Village using plywood for the cabins. I upcycled fiber-optic lighting from an old lamp and used toothpicks to create a log cabin look […]
I turn scrap wood I find along the beach into these Driftwood Chandeliers, Sconces & more! They are a functional sculpture that highlights the beauty of natural materials. Make your […]
My Driftwood Eye Lamps are my latest collection of functional driftwood sculptures. It includes a Fireplace Centerpiece designed to sit comfortably in the fireplace of a great room. Add natural […]
I made these Sculptural Driftwood Holiday Trees using beautifully bleached upcycled wood. They stand on a wooden base, decorated with shells. I added small battery-powered lights. They’re about 78 cm […]
Have you ever wanted to have nice landscape lights? so you went to the store and looked at the price tag and said I need 8 or 10 wall scones to put on my fence. well that will be $500 plus the wiring needed. well that is what I said. I don’t know about you but I don’t have $500 for lights. all the landscape lights that I have had in the past were made out of plastic, but they have the halogen bulbs that get hot and require a lot of power. after some brain storming I figured out I could make my own. Fallow along and I will show you how.
The Sonoma sconce fuses low-impact illumination with upcycled wine barrel staves.