• Elizabeth Bruton

    Jupiter Scrap Light - eclectic - pendant lighting - graypants

  • Blonde BrainTrust

    scrap light shades are made entirely from repurposed cardboard boxes.

  • Karin Zemski Berry

    Pendant lamps made from repurposed cardboard boxes.

  • Pamela Southwell

    diy balsa wood pendant light | Moon Light DIY Light Fixtures. Not sure I agree that this is balsa, looks like corrugated cardboard to me.

  • Tania

    Recycled Cardboard Lamp Shade. I love how the light comes through the grooves.

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