Coffee Filter Art by Lambada – upcycleDZINE
Photos © Lampada

After we’ve seen lamps made with skateboards, CD’s, bicycle tubes, it’s time for a different material. This time the lampshade is made with recycled coffee filters! This lamp was designed by Vilma Farrell | Lampada, New York City, with recycled coffee filters in their natural stained color. The coffee filters are applied to the preexisting shade. The stain of the coffee filter creates an amazing rustic style. These lamps look beautiful in almost every room. Bedroom, living or even a coffee shop. I really like the way the lampshade changes color when switched on, showing all those different shades of brown.

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Design by Lampada

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