Recycled Corrugated Cardboard Lights

I’ve found a new source of recycled lights that has a web store. So if you aren’t feeling like you have the skill to create your own chandeliers from recycled content you can now purchase one or two from Graypants, Inc.

Graypants, Inc. is a design firm that aims to make a difference through its eco-conscious designs of lighting, furniture, architecture and graphics.

The Scrap Light is one of their best-selling products. It is available in a wide range of sizes and styles starting at $99. The lights are made from salvaged pieces of corrugated cardboard. The cardboard is actually twice recycled because it is initially salvaged for their larger furniture designs and those scraps are used for the pendant lights.

The unique light patterns bring the mundane cardboard to life.

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5 Replies to “Recycled Corrugated Cardboard Lights”

  1. Hey quick warning on these lights. I know a client who purchased one from a store in New York that caught on fire in their home. They said it just burst into flames and it was definitely GrayPants Scrap Lights. Warning people these are extremely hazardous. Remember these aren’t made in a controlled factory, they are made by a bunch of guys in an oversized garage.

  2. Hey quick warning on these lights. I know a client who purchased one from a store in New York that caught on fire in their home. They said it just burst into flames and it was definitely GrayPants Scrap Lights. Warning people these are extremely hazardous. Remember these aren’t made in a controlled factory, they are made by a bunch of guys in an oversized garage.

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