Ryter Design's Recycline: Ryter Design created these interesting designs using plastic bottles as the basis of all their designs. This line of products consists of eleven beautiful ideas; vase, pencil holder, candle holder, newspaper stand are a few of them.
THIS LIGHT Made from Used Plastic Bottles: Creation of sibling team of Reta Howell and V Howell of THIS Gallery, these lamps are created using used plastic bottles. "Each fixture is original and handmade, and incorporates every piece of collected plastic into the design".
Milk Bottle Lamp: Created using 12 milk bottles, this lamp looks a great way to bring light in any home filled with innovative and unique style.
Plastic Bottle Lamp: Creation of designer Shelley Spicuzza.
Designer Lisa Foo & Su Sim Creations: Creative use for used bottles.
Glass Bottle Chandelier: Made from stainless steel and glass bottles, its about sixty cm's in length and uses a maximum 40 watt light bulb.
Lamp from a Bottle: How about turning your favorite bottle into a lamp? Link.
Another Milk Bottle Lamp: Looks neat and simple.
Bottle Lamps: Quite simple to make, just put some mini lights inside the bottle and it looks really cool.
Bottle Coatrack: It comes with a set of four clasps. It looks elegant and interesting with different colored bottlenecks affixed to glass.
Candleholders: Old bottles can also be used to hold candles.
Bottle Goblets: Glass artisans cut away the bottle's base, polish the edges and reuse them by bonding them to the bottle's former top to create a robust 'foot'.
Bird Feeder: This bird feeder made from an old bottle slowly distributes its contents to feed dozens of birds.
Vases: Simple to look but it has an attraction and appeal of its own.
Plastic Bottle Apparel: This vest is made of 16 plastic bottles, designed by Saleyla.
Bottle Plantnannies: Made of terracotta, these can be fitted on bottles. Once you refill the bottle full of water and push it in the plant's soil, it waters the plants while you are away. It creates an interesting and practical use for old bottles.
Bottle Shelves: An interesting and practical use for old bottles; here are the details to make one - link.
Seedling In A Plastic Bottle: How about growing seedlings in plastic bottles? This would certainly help to reuse the bottles.
Bottletorch: A simple and brilliant idea for reuse of old bottle. Link.
Plastic Bottle Curtains: Created using variety of plastics; this includes plastic bottles.
Glass Spoonrest: Measures 4 and 1/4" wide, by 11" long, created from used old glass bottle.
Plastic Bottle Sprinkler: Quite simple to make, cost effective with practical use.
Spiral Island: Created using 250,000 bottles for the 66 ft (20 m) by 54 ft (16 m) structure.
Plastic Bottle Chandeliers:
Bottle Houses: It consists of three buildings made of over 25,000 varicolored glass bottles. The first bottle house was built in 1980 out of approximately 12,000 bottles; the second building was built using approximately 8,000 bottles. Interesting way to reuse a huge quantity of glass bottles.
Garden Sheds Made from Plastic Bottles: The first is built around a timber frame, while the second one is built without any timber but using more than 1,000 used plastic bottles. "The roof is self-supporting and the bottle bases were sewn together to make a stained glass window over the front door plus bead curtain for the entrance."
House constructed with Plastic Bottles: Did you know "a mud-filled bottle is as strong as a brick and whatever you can do with a brick, you can do with a bottle too. Plus it has got lots of advantages too". Here is the rest of the stuff - link.
Plastic Bottle House: This house measures 60 sq meter, built over a period of five years using 13,500 plastic bottles. "Only the foundation of the property is concrete, and all other parts of the house are made of plastic bottles that he had been collecting for years. Even the kitchen furniture and windows are made of plastic bottles."
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