Pendant light fixtures, made of corrugated paper, come from Graypants, offering creative ideas for recycling paper. The impressive and unusual set of contemporary lighting fixtures are inspired by mysterious planets in the Solar system.
Pendant light fixture design ideas came out of our fascination with the giant planets, especially the largest planet Jupiter, the fifth from the Sun. Corrugated paper texture enriched the contemporary lighting design, creating soft glowing light and unique look.
Contemporary lighting design ideas reflect the round form of the planet and its best known feature, the great red spot, referenced in the assembly of this scraplight. Four largest moons discovered by Galileo to accompany Jupiter, inspired contemporary lighting fixtures in various sizes.
Pendant lights, made of corrugated paper, reflect the planet and moons from largest to smallest, giving the names Ganymede, Callisto, Io, and Europa to pendant lighting fixtures.
Recycling paper and creating contemporary lighting is an interesting green design idea, that can be used for a new business or interior decorating in eco homes.
Expensive and unique pendant light fixtures can be purchases as a set of five contemporary lighting fixtures, that includes the largest light Jupiter, or individually.
Recycled corrugated paper is an excellent materials for creative and unusual lighting design. Talented guys at Graypants, www.graypants.com/ have molded corrugated cardboard scraps into a gorgeous set of contemporary lighting fixtures, recycling paper and creating unique items for interior decorating.
Some pendant lights are modeled after giant planets that share the Solar system, other contemporary lighting fixtures are shaped like beans, discs and bells, adding striking decorative accents to interior decorating.
Spherical in shape and attractive, pendant light shades are made entirely from reused cardboard boxes. All of lampshades are handmade and vary slightly in shape, color and size, offering one-of-a-kind interior decorating for contemporary homes.
by Ena Russ
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