InteriorHolic » Decorating » Accessories » GreenLantern: Plant Pot and Lamp

GreenLantern: Plant Pot and Lamp

Share |

GreenLantern by NuDeLab is a plant pot and a lamp in one. Sleek and stylish design allows this LED lamp some space for planting flowers. Horn-shaped flower pot has power-saving LED lights that give a mild glow. The base of the lamp is a pretty plant pot. The flower or a plant can give a lamp a new twist so it’s up to you to experiment with its appearance.

GreenLantern: Plant Pot and Lantern

Available in a variety of colors GreenLantern can also come in two tones. The lamp is detachable and each part – the plant pot and a lamp can come in different colors. Not only a multifunctional accessory GreenLantern is also a very cool decoration.

GreenLantern is made of liquid wood and plastic. The lamp switches on with a touch due to capacitative sensor. The low consumption light (4.8W) has an output of 298 lumen and warm temperature that doesn’t harm plants. The light is working off an internal battery, which can be rechargeable.

The Natural GreenLantern made of wood is available in three finishes: oil, matt-wax and high gloss. The Standard and Custom versions can be painted according to your tastes. Sleek and stylish GreenLantern can make a great accessory to any home.

Other interiorholics searched for:
  • светящиеся растения
  • светящиеся шахматы
Related posts:
Oriol Llahona's Suit Lamp for Alma Light
Mizukagami Water Mirrors
Wine Glasses With A Twist
Bone Appétit Dinnerware Collection
More Than A Lamp - 'Curiosity Object'
Tiffany Lamps: Transcending Through Times
Wooden Light Bulb by Ryosuke Fukusada
Item Of The Week: Random Light by Moooi
Item Of The Week: Crystal Ship Chandelier
12 Jewelry Storage Ideas
7 Unusual Ways to Use Curtains in Interior
7 Distinctive Features of Iconic Arco Lamp
The following two tabs change content below.

Mona Liz

I am an interior design and fashion enthusiast with a passion for writing, gathering up interesting/alternative home design ideas. I love lofts, canopy beds, fluffy throws and rugs, but also cats, food, and video games.

Latest posts by Mona Liz (see all)

Tags: , ,



Leave a Reply