January 19, 2021
bottle floor lamp leader

Pendant Light And Floor Lamp DIY Show Off

We get to meet people from all over the world who like to share their passion for Bottle Crafting.

Our friend Vijay, from India, has been a regular contributor to the Bottle-Lamp website. He recently sent us some pictures of his latest project:

Dear Mr. Nick and Mrs. Silke,
Hope you are all keeping fine. After a long pause in making bottle lamp projects, recently o made Floor lamp and pendant lamp. I wanted to show you and hence this mail. Pictures are attached with this mail. Guess these two pieces have come out well and you both will like it. 


pendant light

This pendant light is an ‘Up-Cycler’s’ dream come true. Versatile enough so that you can move it around to where you want it in the room!

bottle floor lamp

The bottle on this floor lamp really helps diffuse the light and adds a nice personal touch to fixture!

We would like to thank Vijayaram for sharing his bottle craft projects with us. Vijay’s other projects include: A Pulley Pendant Light, Black Dog, Jagermeister and Maker’s Mark Bottle Lamps. He also contributed a helpful tip for ‘Saving Ice And Cold Water During Your Glass Separation Process’. Be sure to check out his other projects below in the ‘Related’ articles section.


8 thoughts on “Pendant Light And Floor Lamp DIY Show Off

    1. Thank you Jane for you appreciation and I am equally thankful to Mr.Nick and Mrs. Some for putting up my craft work on their website. Otherwise my work would have gone unnoticed. Mr. Nick has given me lot of tips in getting the perfect bottle cuts. That is to him once again

  1. Hi guys:
    I am Sandra from Lima – Perú, I would like to show my bottle lamps; in this Project I worked with Edwin Peña in assembly and José Puma with painting glass.
    Thank you for the opportunity to show this.

    1. Sandra,

      Wow, this is exciting! Thank you for sharing your bottle craft projects. We can incorporate your photos into your own DIY Show Off article.

      Constant reader – If you want to see Sandra’s bottle project simply click on her name to follow the link.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

2 − 1 =