Hi everyone. Although I found the picture of this fork, spoon and knife light fixture, I've yet to find out where to purchase it! If anyone knows or has better luck finding it, please let me know! Thank you!
Is this it? I googled "knife fork spoon light fixture" and this lighting site popped up.
Very pretty when lit, by the way
here is the designer and name of the company:
British based lighting designer Ali Siahvoshi exhibited work at 100% Design this week, and is the designer behind Fabbian’s line of super-cool chandeliers made from knives and forks.
The creative minds here could help you make one of them. I don't think it would be too hard or costly. Easy to find pieces at the thrift stores.
What a fun project!
PS: I would use those metal holders for teaspoons when you want to hang them on the wall.
You could use a round or oval pot rack, add the silver ware and wire up the light fixture.
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Hmmmm...this unique fixture has DIY possibilities esp. if it's in the ballpark of the sconce version junk collector found (YIKES!!!).
Thanks everyone! My oh my it's costly! I can sure decorate well, but I'm not too crafty so if anyone is handy and thinks they can make this, please let me know as I'm sure it cost nowhere near $1,200 to make I'd love to have this!
NapaStyle has some interesting light fixtures too.
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Well I have the silver ware if you have the rack!
I don't think it would be too difficult to craft this. Esp not the part where the silverware is hung. You need a rack that is wired and has hooks on the outside for the silverware pieces.
I don't know how difficult it is to drill holes in the ends of utensils but not too difficult I would imagine.
It would also be possible to just find a chandelier with the wiring and those works and then find a metal/steel rack that mimics the shape of the elec. part. They don't really need to be "married"
Another way to do this would be to simply use S hooks to hang over the rack and then put the silverware on them.
I simply love this fixture!
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