You know when you go into a car enthusiast's house and nearly every piece of furniture or appliance is auto-inspired or made for the parts of a real vehicle? Yeah, that drives me nuts, but I do appreciate a piece of fine craftsmanship when I see it and Stuart Haygarth’s Tale Light chandelier is a shining example.
Made from unused car truck and tractor tail lights, Haygarth cuts and molds them to shape, then fastens them to acrylic boxes to create these futuristic looking Tale Light Chandeliers.
The Tale Light Chandelier is Built Ford Tough
1. Upcycling Auto Parts - Repurposing unused car and truck parts for functional design elements creates sustainable and unique interior pieces.
2. Futuristic Lighting - Innovative lighting design utilizing unconventional materials creates interesting focal points in a space.
3. Industrial Chic - Design inspired by industrial era and mechanical elements brings a rugged and unique aesthetic to interior decor.
1. Interior Design - Interior designers and furniture makers can utilize discarded car parts to create statement pieces with a sustainable edge.
2. Automotive Parts Manufacturing - Automotive parts manufacturers can incorporate upcycling and repurposing technologies into their production processes, creating opportunities for circular economies and reducing waste.
3. Lighting Design - Designers and manufacturers can look to unexpected materials and discarded objects to create new and exciting lighting options for consumers seeking unique pieces.