by The Steamed Glass Studio

Terrarium Made From Discarded Light Bulb

The Steamed Glass Studio is specialized in terrarium styles that twist nostalgia and curiosity with a unique charm. Constructed from an actual incandescent bulb, mosses, stones and lichens are at home within the beautiful glass shape of what we will always remember as the “light bulb”. An artistic way to celebrate “Green” awareness while remembering a simple household item that has been with us for generations!
And in staying with all things “Green”, the free standing support is twisted from a wire hanger.

A well-designed terrarium will stir your imagination and could transport you into a daydream. Look very closely, and you may see yourself as a child exploring the landscape within.

Terrarium Made From Discarded Light Bulb 1 • Lamps & Lights

Terrarium Made From Discarded Light Bulb 2 • Lamps & Lights

Terrarium Made From Discarded Light Bulb 3 • Lamps & Lights


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Janet Lovell-Simons

This is just great, and definately aesthetically appealing. I’ve often felt guilty throwing out bulbs as I felt it a shame to be discarding a unbroken glass shape that surely could be made into something. (The only thing I made once was the side-kick cat companion of Opus… … if you wish to take a peek.)

Again, very nice work. (I wonder how long the mini landscape may live, and does one water it?)

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