Finally I’m able to share another upcycle design I’ve made, called ‘MilkSkirt‘. Last time I showed the MilkShell lampshade made of parts I cut out of plastic milk cartons. This time it’s the same principle. The only difference is that the parts are connected in a different way.
A lampshade that dances in the air
Resulting in totally different design. The name of this design, MilkSkirt, came to me when I saw the lampshade hanging from the ceiling. It just looked like a summer skirt to me dancing in the air.
I wanted to use the bottle caps so the connections would be visible. Another visual aspect of this design is the handle that just looks like you can grab the lampshade.
Like I said the last time, stay tuned for more upcycle design made by me. Please take a look at the other photos at the ‘See more photos’ link.
Design by Gilbert de Rooij
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