Another Way To Recycle Wine Bottles: Divinus by Tati Guimaraes
Divinus is a furniture series by Tati Guimaraes of Ciclus who came up with another great way of recycling wine bottles. The concept of her furniture is quite intriguing as it is literally based on empty wine bottles. Collecting empty vessels sparked an idea of these wooden tabletops that feature holes for bottles’ spouts.
Divinus by Tati Guimaraes
The tabletops that rest on wine bottles as legs are amazing for picnics, friendly gatherings, and other such ocassions that require no formal dining table but a small cute low surface for serving appetizers, drinks, and fruit.
Another great thing about these beautiful low tables is that wine bottles double as flower vases making for ultimate decoration any table can be enhanced by.
Tati Guimaraes’ tabletops come in different shapes and sizes and have bottles arranged in different ways which makes for a statement base. The tabletops are available at Ciclus website ranging from 47 to 470 Euros sans bottles and accessories which allows you customize and personalize these amazing low tables with your own collected bottles and flowers.
The tabletope can also be used as trays, some are covered with glass, to transport the wine acourtments from the kitchen to the living room or the patio. For Tati Guimaraes the bottles are also the memories of those special moments.
Ciclus also offers other recycled wine byproducts like wine-stoppers made into a trivet for hot kettles and pans and a winecase lamp.
So if you like collecting wine bottles the Divinus can definitely become the right furniture piece for wine acourtments and cheese tasting. Ciclus also offers a number of cool wine accessories like a set of coasters that can be assembled into a Christmas tree and glass markers.
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