People these days have realized the value of re-using and recycling their old and unused items to make something cool, elegant and sophisticated. So, if your girlfriend or wife is forcing you to throw that old trumpet away, then don’t listen to them. You can use your old, beloved trumpet to add grace and beauty to your house.
Instrumental lighting uses your old, well-used musical instruments, like trumpet to create an exemplary and creative piece of decor. Designer Jamie Cornett, breathes life in these retired trumpets to create stunning lamps. After your trumpet plays its last notes, this designer gives them a new lease of life by turning it into a brassy lamp that shines bright.
This artist uses sheet music to make the lamp holder while your trumpet is used as the base. He reuses the trumpet, fixes each piece and joins maple wood base, lamp wire and lamp shade perfectly to make a quirky, yet inspiring piece of home decor.
The design of this lamp is unique in its own way and symbolizes your love for music and musical instruments. Every time you will look at it, it will fill your heart with delight.
This lamp is made in New York City. The product uses 60 w bulbs or CFL that ensures that your room stays bright and beautiful. The lamp has 21″ H x 6″ diameter and the shade has 8″ H x 10″ diameter. When you start using your beloved trumpet again, make sure that you clean it with a damp cloth.
So, what are you waiting for? Don’t throw that trumpet of yours! Give it a new lease of life by turning it into a lamp that always stays next to your bed or table. Or get this as a gift for your loved one this festive season.