Potus Pots Turn Old Incandescent Light Bulbs into Lovely Planters

by , 05/31/10

sustainable design, green design, spring greening 2010, inhabitat green design competition, recycled materials, diy design, repurposed materials, spring greening diy design competition, potus pot, natalia hojman

Light up your home the right way with energy-efficient CFL bulbs, then consider transforming your old incandescent bulbs into bud-growing vases like these amazing Potus Pots! Designed by Natalia Hojman and Angeles Estrada Vigil, the Potus Pot repurposes a burnt-out light bulb into a new place for plant life. One of 23 stunning recycled designs in our 2010 Spring Greening Competition, these lively little planters create the perfect conversation piece for rants on wasteful incandescents and global warming. If you’re a fan of the Potus Pot vote for it today!



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