These pot lights from Rotoluxe come in all shapes and sizes, from small and thin minimalist replicas of
High Modern designer pots to thick-walled bench planters and conventional cone-shaped cup-and-saucer designs … but they all have one thing in common: they are translucent inside and out, glowing with artificial light.
Yes, the above example is as large as it looks – a 44″ pot is the largest of the lot, which otherwise range from 16, 18, 20 and 24 to 30 inches in diameter. You could practically turn it into a personal backyard hot tub.
The structures are sufficiently self-contained and water-proof to be safe for setting on a screen porch, outdoor patio or right out in the garden rain. Some come with colored exteriors that change the light as it passes through, while others have decorative patterns that play off complimentary opaque and transparent sections.
Naturally, they are made entirely of post-consumer recycled plastics, a combination of solid and clear-sided materials that combine to work with the lighting elements while limiting them to a diffuse glow. Unused pieces produced as by-products of the manufacturing process are simply cycled back into create the next batch.