We've seen really creative ways of repurposing wine and champagne corks - from tiny chairs and robots to salt and pepper shakers. Now, we've stumbled another great food design: a chandelier fashioned out of champagne corks.
Created by London-based designer Alkesh Parmar, the chandelier makes great use of the champagne corks used over the holiday season. For his Celebration Chandelier the designer made individual champagne lamps and grouped them together for a unique look.
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