London artist Stuart Haygarth has always been a collector—of junk. The cigarette lighters, plastic bottles, toy shovels, combs, and hairbrushes that wash up on the English coastline are what particularly catch his eye. And after bags of the stuff sat in his studio untouched for months, Haygarth eventually strung all the pieces together and found that a 100-watt bulb stuck in the middle made the plastic glow. His five-foot chandelier caused such a stir at the London Design Festival, he is now taking private commissions. $9,600; 49-30/215-4975; www.stuarthaygarth.com.