Cotton Rope Hanging Lamps Acorn, Modern Lighting Fixtures
Hanging lamps Acorn are designed by Vasiliy Butenko who transforms an ordinary cotton rope into an attractive, elegant and inexpensive pendant lights. The lighting fixture construction process is quick and easy. Modern lighting design requires the rope, a large glass bottle and a bonding agent.
The cotton rope is wound around the acorn-shaped glass bottle, creating textured spiral layers of the hanging lamp shade, that look unusual and very decorative. The lighting design does not require an internal frame, bringing soft curves of acorns, warm texture of the natural material and classy neutral colors into modern interior decorating.
Contemporary energy saving LED lights provide bright light that will not burn the cotton rope, while creating these impressive and comfortable modern pendant lighting fixtures in few elegant dark colors. Acorn pendant lights are offering a perfect lighting design for stylish masculine interior decorating.
Hanging lamps made with cotton rope
Modern lighting fixtures, designed by Vasiliy Butenko are eco friendly products, made with natural materials and energy saving bulbs, great for eco homes and offices. A thick cotton rope is a simple but very decorative and interesting material that add unique character to modern lighting design.
Hanging lamps are created as simple interior decorating elements, applying a fresh design idea and avoiding the use of complicated weaving techniques. In order to create brighter pendant lighting fixtures the designer used the LED lights and made an acorn-like lamp shades which add an organic shape and concentrated light to modern interior decorating in eco style.
Bonded layers made with a cotton rope create compact, light and neat pendant lights without frames. LED bulbs provide enough light to define the zone where the pendant lighting is hanged over, adding sophistication and coziness to interior decorating.
by Ena Russ
last updated: 04.09.2013
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