Everywhere I go, I always have my camera. Not only do I want to capture fun moments with my daughter, family, and friends, but I find decorating inspiration EVERYWHERE. I end up filing my pictures in digital folders on my computer.
I just noticed that I had taken several pictures of lighting ideas and thought I’d share them. Some of these pictures are old, but in my head, the store bought version is way too expensive anyway. I’d rather try and recreate them with flea market or thrift store finds.
Anyway, here is some really cool repurposed lighting inspiration that I’ve captured on my camera over the last several months. I think with a little creativity, you can get these looks for less.
This was a lamp I saw at Anthropologie. It’s simply a tea kettle, lamp kit, and colorful lamp shade. I’ve also seen lamps similar to this made out of stacked tea cups and saucers… super cute.
This one is also from Anthropologie (I frequent there often… love the window displays). It’s a lamp made out of recycled cardboard!
I LOVE LOVE LOVE this one! The mix of an industrial metal basket and chic chandelier is fantastic!
If I recall correctly, the price tag on this one was pretty steep…several thousand dollars….yikes! I think a smaller version of this made out of mismatched thrift store silverware would be cute.
I can picture this one hanging in an enclosed patio or sun room. I like the mixture of glass bottles, shells, and twine.
Technically, this one isn’t repurposed, but it caught my eye.