Well-Worn Works of Art

You know we are big fans of: reduce, reuse, recycle. What if one day the world stopped manufacturing products and we were forced to remake what we needed, from what we already had? Deep, right? That’s what popped in our minds when we saw Parisian designer Gilles Eichenbaum’s fantabulous reworked designs.

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A thrifty devotee, Gilles finds lovely new ways to give everyday objects a new life. A tea kettle becomes a delicate lace-like lampshade.

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This Fork Chandelier casts a beautiful shadow adding a unique ambiance to your dining area.

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Tea anyone?

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A brew-fer, two-fer.

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via Environmental Graffiti

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