DIY Soda Bottle Chandelier

DIY Soda Bottle Chandelier

Ingo Mauer’s Campari Light, constructed out of a 75 watt par lamp and about ten Campari soda bottles, is absolutely DIYable. The original will cost you $375, but a few bottles of your choosing, a flood lamp, socket, wire, cord, plug, plus a few other things I may have forgotten, and you’ve got yourself a very contemporary light fixture with a sense of humor.

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baconthecat on Jul 23, 2007:

So, can you actually drink the stuff that's in the bottles? If not, what kind of liquid is it? And glass bottles hanging from the ceiling... FILLED with liquid? What were they thinking? They obviously don't have kids! (God I crack myself UP! *I* don't even have kids! Hahahaha)

erika on Jun 08, 2007:

Hey Maven- I've been looking for that soda for at least a year now. I can't seem to find it in the states. I just adore that lamp but I just can't see paying $425 for it....

Caya123 on Jun 08, 2007:

That looks very heavy.

Chrisjob on Jun 08, 2007:

The Readymade book has a project to make a pendant lamp from fancy water bottles, and I'm sure Campari could be subbed.

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