doily pendant lamp

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Shannon South from reMade USA has been collecting vintage crochet doilies for several months, with plans to make this pendant lamp. The result is stunning. The shadows that is created on the ceiling and walls are just gorgeous.

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The pendant is now also available in the reMade USA shop. Each lamp is made by hand, stitching vintage doilies together, one at a time. Details will always be unique and each is one-of-a-kind.

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reMade USA is a design company founded by Shannon South, that upcycles used materials to make one-of-a-kind accessories. Their mission is to create beautiful, long-lasting, well-made products that positively impact the environment. All products are hand-crafted in their studio in Brooklyn, NY.

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12 Responses to doily pendant lamp

  1. this is amazing!! I would love to make one of these!

  2. So nice, like this blog!! :)

  3. Beautiful! I am wondering how to change the bulb, though? The doilies are all around.

  4. I love this kind of lamp, stunning! I actually posted something similar yesterday, with a link on how to make one yourself:
    http://lamaisondannag.blogspot.com/2011/02/lampes-au-pluriel.html

  5. This fixture is just crazy adorable!!! I love doilies and this makes good use of them. Love the reflective patterns on the ceiling too!

  6. Love the lamp! The shadows are really impressive!

  7. I understand the lamp now I’ve seen the shadows~

  8. There are so many round chandeliers floating around blogland right now but this one is stunning and unique. I love it!

  9. Definitely gives off nice shadows, would look great in an old victorian house.

  10. Wow! Prachtig! Die schaduw is fantastisch al kan ik me ook voorstellen dat het wel heftig is in huis. Tenzij je heeel groot woont;)

  11. It looks beautiful Shannon! Those shadows are stunning!

  12. discodiva79

    I love it=and want one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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