Retro Inspired Greenlight

June 30, 2006 at 3:32 am Leave a comment

GreenlightGreenlight makes light fixtures from old traffic light glass, diverting them from landfills! What a need concept and a very groovy design. Too bad each is over $100.00! Jeepers!

While a fan of their reuse of these pieces of waste, I still hold that the best place to get a great trendy lamp is from your local thrift shop. My sister and I have found many a great working vintage lamp from Goodwill.  If you are a Boston native, check out the Goodwill in Davis Square (near Tufts University), I have never had trouble finding something suitable, alterable, or in absolute perfect condition!


Entry filed under: Eco Design, Eco Products.

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