Solid Walnut Pendant Light

People have different perspectives over the same thing and this happens because they are so different. When walking along the same path a romantic person will see the beautifully coloured flowers, a geologist will admire the rocks on the way and will try to guess their composition and age while a meteorologist will look at the sky and try to predict the weather. The point is that we see the world with different eyes and sometimes what some of us may consider as rubbish or fire wood can actually be used as a source of inspiration for others and can be turned into a real work of art. This is the best way to describe the fact that a normal person will see a fallen walnut tree and think of its decomposition or maybe how to use it as fire wood. But this incredible designer – Tony Oliver from Dylan Design Company saw the source for the beautiful and natural Solid Walnut Pendant Light.

The designer divided the tree trunk into many smaller chunks of wood and then carved them inside so as to allow a normal light bulb hang from it like a pendant light. The wood is after that dried and manufactured, it is given a beautiful finish with a special natural oil that enhances the natural beauty and grain of the walnut wood. And in the end the designer attaches the colourful cord and the light bulb and connects it to a power supply. The pendant light can be ordered for $225 from Etsy store.



Published by in Lighting, on July 3rd, 2012

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