Unique Space-Saving Light Design with Potted Plants Tauheed Ahmad September 28, 2015 Home Design, Interior Design 3115 To use the overhead space of any room is a great thinking skill, like Bucket-light is a multifunctional design that makes the most of unused overhead spaces. The inventive design is created by Dutch designer Roderick Vos actually a concept of both a hanging plant as well as overhead illumination, which creates comfortable environment filled natural greenery. The creative lighting keeps floor and desk spaces free of clutter and every piece consists of two LED lights that are sealed into the bottom of two joined plant pots. The cast aluminum lamps can be suspended from the ceiling with a reinforced electrical cable. Plugs positioned directly in the pots permit users to link their computers to the sockets which saves areas organized by preventing a mess of tangled cords. The exciting and practical design is a great way to enhance a little life to an otherwise undecorated space without creating clutter. Because we did not have sufficient floor space at our office, shops and showroom, and were in anxious need of light, the Bucket-light was born. This is really unique idea to use overhead space to give fresh essence of environment.Source: Mymodernmet Related PostsLarge Kitchen Window Makes Substantial Difference in Appeal, Suitability and Space.Magnificent Swimming Pool Replica of ViolinLife in Desert in a Sleek Design HomeDelicate Vases Designed to Gently Sway When Flower Petals DropThe Great Wall of Western AustraliaBeautiful Vertical Planters Inspires You To Grow an Elegant Garden IndoorsA Graduate Student Created First Man Made Bilological Leaf Which Can Produce Oxygen Just Like a Plant 30,000 LED Lights Make the “Trams” Looks like Time Machines Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.