One of the rare aspect of design and art is reusability. Not every artist can work conveniently with discarded materials and turn them into something useful. It does take a special skill and imagination to turn the unwanted into the usable. The Steampunk Solar Nightlight is an example of how creatively you can transform electronic waste that surrounds us into an interior decorative. That’s not it! You can also add a touch of novelty by going Steampunk in the process.
Steampunk designs are very popular and are a big hit when executed in a proper fashion. This one might not be the most glowing example of the particular style, but it still can still make heads turn. The design of the Solar Nightlight is simple enough and all you need for this is an LED light bulb, a photovoltaic panel and a Light Dependant Resistor (LDR). Add a battery that can store energy during the daytime that could be used at night and you are good to go.
Of course, you will need to put them together and with a little bit of guidance or even basic knowledge in electric circuits, you can get it done pretty easily. While this particular Nightlight takes the Steampunk route, you can add a style of your own to the creation. With LDR on board, the lamp will switch on automatically once daylight starts to fade. The design is simple, ergonomic and free from hassles of cables, making it appealing for use.