These lamps were all made with one purpose in mind, take throwaway items and make them useful again. The first Sky Cabin Creations were mostly copper and Steampunk designs but now the unique designs incorporate all types of parts and materials. Enjoy!
Getting a “handle” on outdoor lighting at the workshop. The horn was repurposed from a 1960’s Mack truck.
Mix old gas station trash with a ” Back to The Future” flux capacitor and you have a touch lamp that should make Marty McFly proud.
The body of this lamp uses a wooden box originally built to protect a, “War Trophy” shipped from Europe to Woodsfield, Oh at the end of WWII.
This 1980s Black and Decker toaster didn’t cost much “bread” and was a good platform for some kitchen mood lighting. With LEDs used for illumination you’ll never get “burnt” by the cost to operate this light.
The lamp was made using a Sloan Plumbing Royal Flushometer. In 1906 W.E. Sloan invented the Royal Flushometer which released a measured amount of water to flush bathroom devices. While sales were slow; one in 1906, two in 1907,then 150 in 1908; the original design has proved to be so reliable that the same design is used today. In this lamp the flush bar is now the switch.
This old hair drier was repurposed into a remote controlled, 16 color lamp for hair stylists who root for multiple teams on Saturday afternoons. Big light for big fun using a new remote on Saturday afternoon.
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