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Ben Parker’s Lorna Lamp is a Bold Task Light Made From Recycled Piping
Posted By Diane Pham On December 23, 2011 @ 3:25 pm In Design,Green Interiors,Green Lighting | No Comments
Ben Parker’s Lorna table lamp  is a quirky little light that caught our eye with its bright bold color and use of reclaimed materials. The task lamp brings a bit of flair to any room in need of a color kick, and it’s built from reclaimed piping so it breathes new life into a material that would have otherwise wound up in a trash pile. The Lorna is available in an array of cool colors, including black, white, apple green, cheeky pink, duck egg blue, pumpkin orange, or as shown above, in cherry red.
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 Ben Parker’s Lorna table lamp: http://www.reestore.com/product-lorna.html
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