On the wall or on the ceiling, a few bottles of beer never looked so good.
Gulfshore Life’s ultimate guide to must-haves for the man kingdom covered chairs, pool tables, bars and a toilet worthy of the Bat Cave (see the February 2014 issue). Troy Lighting just unveiled–as in this week–its new 121 Main collection of chandeliers and sconces fashioned from upside-down beer bottles, a salute to the world of brewskis and total guy-dom. No worries about spillage; they’re empty.
Credited as reflecting (pardon the pun) the “spirit of beer minus the hangover,” the tiered, wrought-iron chandeliers boast an old silver finish, stainless steel cables, a dangling bottle opener/light switch and a “wrecking ball” center. Nope, going to avoid any Miley reference (too easy). $3,126 for the eight-light chandelier; $624 for the two-light wall sconce. troy-
After a few brews, you can see things more clearly.