Giveaway: Nordlys design by Holmegaard -100% recycled glass

Reduce, repair, reuse, redesign. Upcycling is trendier than ever. Inspired from spectacular Northern Lights, Nordlys (Scandinavian for Northern Lights) is an exciting new series created by award winning designer Peter Svarrer. Made by hand from recycled glass, Holmegaard upcycles jam jars into unique contemporary glasses, bowls and tealight holders.


The Holmegaard Nordlys series comprises tumblers (25 cl), bowls (12.4 cm in diameter) and votives (H: 5.5 cm), available in soft cool Scandinavian shades of lagoon, spring and white.

Giveaway Prize


The giveaway prize by Holmegaard includes a set of 100% recycled Nordlys lagoon water glass and bowl. Value £27.

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Giveaway competition is open to international entrants and ends Monday 21st of May 2012.

Giveaway Winner
Thanks to all that participated in our giveaway. And the winner is Smudgetikka!

I am excited to see all the new designs using recycled materials that have been appearing lately. It used to be hard to find something nice, in the future it will be the new normal.

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4 Comments

  1. I love my Provence bowl. One of many beautiful “stuff ” from Holmegaard.

    Recycling is good for our earth, and I like to give away things who can be used in other ways..

    I have seen Nordlys in Denmark Aalborg august the 4. 2010. Amazing..

    Liked and shared on facebook..

  2. I am excited to see all the new designs using recycled materials that have been appearing lately. It used to be hard to find something nice, in the future it will be the new normal.

  3. I have recently found out that here in the UK, we have the biggest plastics’ recycling plant in Europe, and I am thrilled that we are recycling more plastic bottles. They have been a real issue (highlighted by The Plastiki Expedition) and we really have to get on top of this mountain of plastic (literally and metaphorically). I recycle everyday, but I am hoping to get more involved in sustainable fashion in my job as well.

  4. Thank you so much Bianca, they are stunning items and I will add them to my small but hopefully growing collection of Scandinavian homeware.

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