May 8, 2013

Eureka! A Chemistry Inspired Test Tube Chandelier

How incredibly cool is this test tube chandelier?!?  It's made by artist Monika O of Warsaw, Poland.



She has a double layered test tube chandelier available on her Etsy site {here}.  The test tubes arrive empty, and you simply add water with food coloring to achieve the look above.  Or, you can use other fillers to create the cool looks below.

Wildflowers...
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Shells or stones...
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Clear & color combo...
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Even empty, the fixture is simply beautiful...
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Such a great focal point for a room - understated but stunning!  I love how the fixture is some-what modern and some-what art deco.

Do you think this fixture could possibly be DIY'd?  My gears are totally turning.  Perhaps a simple pendant socket, a plywood ring with holes drilled, lots of test tubes, hanging wire, and a large bulb would do it.  What do you think?

Bottomline, the design is brilliant and it's ultra cool!  Do spill - love it or leave it??

1 comments:

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I dont know if i would put it in my home, but I do love it! I bet it looks amazing when lit with the coloured water! Room probably turns into a rainbow

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