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Jellyfish lights. great for a under the sea theme

The Jellyfish Pendant Lamp Design - There are some ways to create a beautiful room, one of the way invites a decorative lamp. If you are? a person who really love diving, this Pendant lamp is suit to apply in your room. The jellyfish forms is reflect


20 Creative Nautical Home Decorating Ideas

Germani Decor Tips or Tricks: Light up your Summer Night Party with DIY Jelly Fish Lights.

Jellyfish-Inspired Lamps by Roxy Russell

Gorgeous Jellyfish-Inspired Lamps

Jellyfish lamps by Roxy Russell Design The lights are an example of how delicate and beautiful our ocean life is.

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Fiber Bubbles by Alejandro Sales, Barcelona, Spain. Here the bubbles are to capture and use the light as a enhancer vs. to hold the actual light, as so often with pendant lights. Here they are more akin to the crystals on a chandelier.


Mushroom Lamps Japanese designer Yukio Takano, from The Great Mushrooming made these LED mushroom lamps, with little mushrooms resembling the real thing, coming out of real wood.

"lights installations by daniele buetti" --- these are *lights*.  how freakin' awesome is that?

Daniele Buetti - Der Spiegel Von Venedig (The Venetian Mirror) Installation mixed media. Foam, perforated photographs and drawings in lightboxes.

branch pendant light...must do this for bedside lamps and maybe even in the living room...

Love the tree branch hanging light. Kimi Weart & Paul Gallloway's Home: Workspace / Dining Area (tree branch hanging light)

DIY With thick paper + Candle Impressions flameless votives or tea lights. All you have to do is cut our your preferred design, fold, tape, and place over the flameless candle - it's that easy!

Use Laceys vinyl cutter to cut out paper, fold it and add a candle. Cut paper lamps - use battery operated lights though. or cover a jam jar .or the little solar ones you get for the garden