These Hangeliers might be a terrible name for such an inventive product, but we'll look past that for now. Vancouver designers Alex Witko and Courtney Hun have created these recycled chandeliers out of used bike parts and clothes hangers.
The price tag on the recycled chandeliers is about $300, which is considerably less than the Hangeliers' non-wooden counterparts. Check out more on the Hangeliers by clicking the link below.
Implications - Eco-conscious consumers are constantly seeking products that enhance their lifestyles by being gentle on the environment. However, these consumers don't want to sacrifice style to go green. Companies should manufacture eco-friendly products that are aesthetically pleasing for this green demographic.
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