French design company 'Hurlu' created a series of pastel lamps that are made from reclaimed wood. Wood waste is an extremely versatile material and has been used for everything from furniture to household products. These adorable light boxes demonstrate one of the unique uses for reclaimed wood.
The 'BEC' lamp collection is made from reclaimed wood boards that are saved from waste piles. The wood waste is then used to construct tiny light boxes that are painted in soothing pasted colors. The reclaimed wood features distinct characteristics that render each light a one-of-a-kind piece. Not only are the lights stylish, but they are also extremely portable. Each light can be mounted to the wall or simply placed on a stable surface.
The unique lamp collection demonstrates that reclaimed wood can be a valuable source of material for designing eco-friendly home furnishings.
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