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Love It or Hate It? Justin Guinta Chandelier

New York-based designer Justin Guinta created this one-of-a-kind Construction Light Chandelier ($480) by assembling bursts of crystals onto a yellow plastic construction lamp. I like the concept — industrial design meets fancy schmancy — but I don't think it was executed very well. What do you think?

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sourcherry sourcherry 8 years
Exactly what you said Casa; great ideia, but the end result is terrible...
live-4-gossip live-4-gossip 8 years
I think any of us could make this for 15 bucks and have it be just as ugly as a nearly 500 dollar PLASTIC light "thing".
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
SanDiegoLove SanDiegoLove 8 years
I'm with you, Casa. I like the concept but the end result it pretty ghastly. I could make my own, much cuter, light fixture for much much less.
dm8bri dm8bri 8 years
I could probably make a cuter one for wayyyyy cheaper. Hope Justin didn't pay much for his education.
macgirl macgirl 8 years
Only if I could pair it with the yellow construction barrier throw.
miss-malone miss-malone 8 years
I don't like it.
eleigh eleigh 8 years
That is not cute at all
Zivanod Zivanod 8 years
It's not nice at all!
starangel82 starangel82 8 years
It's a shop light with shiny baubles glued on. No thank you!
Munkeyhed Munkeyhed 8 years
Not whimsical at all, just looks thrown together.
weffie weffie 8 years
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