Booze is no stranger to the art world, despite the fact that it continually forgets their connection and re-introduces itself at openings. For artful alcohol-themed furnishings, check out Royalty Enterprises
Honorably repurposed right here in SD, Royalty's one-off "Beverage Lamps" feature booze bottles of all varieties outfitted with mood-setting custom LED lights inserted in the necks (complete w/ an on/off switch) which run on button cell lithium batteries you can apparently find "at most dollar stores", assuming you can ever put down those sticky hand string things, which you can't. They're stocked with over 100 ready-to-deliver models, with bourbon joints like a silver and black accented Jack Daniel's Whiskey Lamp, and a "Gold Dots design" (basically bedazzled) limited edition Maker's 46 Bourbon Whiskey Lamp, which casts an ominous red light through Maker's signature wax, an ironic accent given its tendency to make you break the seal. Top shelf light-'em-ups range from a Grey Goose L'Orange number spruced up with blue and orange pockmarks, to the squatter bow-tied Pyrat XO Reserve Rum Lamp, to the gold studded Grand Marnier Navan Cognac Lamp with a wooden Swiss Family Robinson-lookin' shade, something they never had to retreat due to the 1960s' luxury of an ozone layer
They've also got a slew of more sophisticated lamps made from wine bottles, and're happy to work on your custom junk -- an offer irresistible to any true exhibitionist.