Naturally Beautiful Driftwood Eye Lamps

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 warmth and beauty with these Driftwood Eye Lamps

I use sun-bleached driftwood sculptural pieces that I sculpt into imaginary mythical creatures. They tease and entice the imagination, and the forms appear to rise out of the reeds. When lit with Edison dimmable bulbs, they are transformed again, creating intimate mood lighting, with depth, warmth, and movement. Drawing you in to imagine and dream of the shores from where they once played.

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Add whimsy with these little lamps featuring beautiful eyes amidst the natural twisted driftwood forms.
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When lit, the driftwood seems to glow as if from a fire within.
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The twists and curls of the driftwood make you want to trace the sculptures with a finger.
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With the addition of little glass eyes, these sculptures look like little living creatures hiding amongst the coral reefs.
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This centerpiece lamp looks like it is filled with glowing embers.

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When sculpture mimics life, you get a vivid piece of art that would grace any home.

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Each lamp is unique; glowing differently depending on the size and placement of the wood.
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Some shapes naturally remind you of sea creatures, such as this piece that looks like an eel’s head.

Here are more decor ideas using driftwood and upcycled wood! Make a Pallet Wood Wine & Kombucha Rack.

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Matthew Allen Genovese

How cool is that

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