Real Cracked Log Lamps Bring Campfire Experience Indoors

January 3, 2022 Lightning

Are you a nature lover and often look for ways to bring outdoor elements within your home? If so, Tasmanian furniture designer Duncan Meerding has something special for you. He has beautifully converted real tree stumps into stunning weather-resistant lamps. But these real cracked log lamps are not only stylish lighting fixtures. They also double up as indoor and outdoor stools or tables.

Enjoy Campfire Experience at Home

The natural cracks in the timber of the log lamps illuminate the whole area with shards of light. The light comes from the warm LED strips that are perfectly fixed within the volume. The illuminated cracks let you envision what others see as flaws as unique advantages. Moreover, the warm light coming from these log lamps gives a perfect campfire feel indoors. So, it’s great to enjoy the outdoor feel without even leaving your house.

Cracked Log Lamp
Image: Duncan Meerding

Real Cracked Log Lamps Reflects Meerding’s Love For Nature

Expressing his love for nature, Meerding has come up with these elegant but useful cracked log lamps. Speaking of the design, it appears ironic that logs that are specifically intended to be burnt are providing light in form of lamps. It seems as if the fire is coming from each wooden log’s core.

Cracked Log Lamp
Image: Duncan Meerding

What’s interesting is that the cracked log lamps emit warm light in two versions. One version is for outdoors. And the second version is perfect to act as a pendant lamp.

Dimensions & Pricing

The dimensions of each lamp vary as per the nature of the material. However, the most measure approximately is in terms of 300mm in width and 400mm in height. This can be also wired to around 12 Volt DC power supplies in any given setting – be it indoors or outdoors.

Want to bring these cracked log lamps home? You can purchase them for AU $385 (approx. US $280). These lamps come ready to get wired in any given setting. Moreover, their new rechargeable battery version is in the process of development.

Cracked Log Lamp
Image: Duncan Meerding

Via: Technabob