With the flip of a switch, this gorgeous Paper Table Lamp by Fiyel Levent will transform your drab living room into an ultra-luxe palace with some Byzantine flair. Lasercut from white watercolor paper, this stunning lamp measures 6 1/2 x 28 inches and can be fitted with any low-wattage a-shaped light bulb – we recommend an 8-Watt AmbientLED bulb.
An Inhabitat favorite and the winner of our 2010 Spring Greening Contest, British designer Sarah Turner has made an art out of recycling used plastic bottles into dazzling, low-energy lamps. Considered to be her signature piece, the ‘Cola 10‘ is handmade from 10 reused Coca Cola bottles – and it lights up brilliantly when illuminated with a 60 watt incandescent equivalent LED bulb. The bottles have been cleaned, sandblasted, hand-cut, then sculpted into new forms that are completely unrecognizable from their state.
Gilles Eichenbaum sees the beautiful in the beaten, turning old kitchenware into incredible lighting fixtures. His Andropause lamp transforms a dated and disused metal pot into an eye-catching perforated lamp. Paired with an 8-Watt (40W incandescent equivalent) LED bulb, this gorgeous lamp glows even greener!