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Outdoor Design: Colorful Glass String Lights

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Outdoor Design: Colorful Glass String Lights

June 22, 2016

Currently coveting: Dutch designer Floris Schoonderbeek‘s glowing glass string lights for Weltevree:

Photography via Weltevree.

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Above: An eight-light strand of handblown Stringlights is €675. “Stringlights are a clever way of turning a standard light string into charming lanterns that mark a place as your spot,” says the designer.

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Above: The 6-inch-high glass shades are available in six colors including opal as shown above.

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Above: A maximum of five strands can be connected to one another.

For more of our favorite outdoor lighting, see 10 Easy Pieces: Cafe-Style Outdoor String Lights and 10 Easy Pieces: Solar Lighting.

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