Go Green With a Recycled Kitchen

This homeowner shows HGTV Magazine how to go green by decorating the kitchen with found objects and repurposed materials.

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Handmade Chandelier

Eleven bottles of beer and wine hang from the ceiling. Before the old house was torn down, Shannon found them strewn in a hedge. A mason cut off the bottoms, then Shannon spray-painted them and strung bulbs with cord to create a bottle chandelier. That's an old bifold door on the ceiling.

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