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This test tube chandelier is so rad and can be interpreted in a million ways. How would you spin it? Designed by The Maria S.C. lamp, designed by Pani Jurek, found on Design Milk.
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Meg Allan Cole

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  1. Menachérie says:

    This is fabulous. I love how the flowers give it a woodsy/chic feel and the bright colors make it more of a pop statement.

  2. Aneta says:

    That is brilliant idea :)The flowers look amazing , that would look great as a party decoration.

  3. Barbara Wolk says:

    This is reall fabulous, BUT, you are right about the cleaning and what about replacing a tube if you should break? Nevertheless, it is still a great fixture.

  4. Debbi says:

    Barbara: I assume if a test tube breaks, you just replace it. It looks like they just slip in from the top of each ring.

  5. Anna says:

    Love it!!!! Test tubes are plastic now, at least where I work. This would be so inexpensive.
    oK so how do you make it????

  6. Karen says:

    This is so creative & lovely! I have a couple of cases of test tubes, glass, but I’ll use them anyway……I gave some as gifts in cool old wooden test tube holders to use as vases or shooter servers.
    I would love to have instructions on how to make this!!

  7. Nicole of Chandelier Outlet says:

    A unique one indeed. Very creative and artistic. The hanging flower even makes the chandelier more beautiful. And even makes it look like easy to make. Thank you for sharing.