Empty bottles of booze around your house signify that you had a serious night, or just that Charlie Sheen snuck out of your garage again, and you know how his nights go. Now they can also signify that you pay your power bill in a timely fashion, thanks to Vogue Illumination.
Awesome even if you aren't into circa-1990 Madonna, Vogue's the work of an Alpharetta dame named Tuesday with a background in stage lighting who turns empty booze bottles into all manner of lamps, making your crib every bit as lit up as whoever drank all this stuff. Table jobs include bottles ranging from Jager to wines like Bohemian Highway Chardonnay, complete with handmade shades matching/ complementing label designs; also check out goose-necked desk lamps made of blue Luna di Luna bottles, or a bright orange-shaded Malibu model, which you always seem to end up getting from Hertz, even though you reserved a goddamn Chrysler Sebring. Further illuminated sweetness includes accent lamps with cool white LED lights inside bottles of Dewar's or Absolut, a green Patron affair, or a purple-lit Crown Royal, but not Royal Crown, as RC Cola bottles are way too valuable to do anything but keep in a thick-walled safe.
You can also get upcycled mirrors, chandeliers made of repainted shot glasses, wine glasses arted with your choice of Chinese characters, and even a custom lamp from whatever bottle you already have where you lay your head, or as Charlie Sheen calls it, "the patch of asphalt between the Fiero and the Quikrete".