~ Colander Light ~
Sometimes you can have an idea, create it, and later on see a similar idea made by someone else. I've learned over the years that it is always better to then take your idea further. It's a way of creatively pushing yourself. Recently I picked up a magazine and discovered an article on lights made using kitchen colanders. I had made a couple for the shop a year or so ago that seemed very similar. HTe very next day I took down the one I had in our kitchen and began turning up the creative dial. I added fork fringe which I had been thinking about doing but this article sealed the deal. I also suspended it with a cool old twisted metal plant hanger from a bent spoon bracket on the ceiling. The change was much needed. Before it was hardly noticed and now it can't be ignored.
One of the things I like about the forks is that the light takes on almost organic jellyfish quality. If jellyfish were made out of kitchen wares that is. I also staggered the fork lengths to create a wavelike edge at the bottom.
In terms of function things were much improved as well. Before it was so high up on our tall ceiling that it offered little light to a dark space. Now it is centered right above the table and illuminates the center piece beautifully. This light is priced at $300. Give me a call to order 360-466-2303.