When we say table lamp, what immediately appears on our minds are those with shades and stylish bases. The Hypae lamp is extremely different to what we have commonly known as table lamp. It looks like an emptied cocoon or a destroyed and dried leaves enclosing a stylish lamp. This unique shade design of the Hypae Lamp made it not only a useful lighting solution but also an eye-catching home décor in one. This lamp uses a 3-watt 200-lumen LED light technology, thus an energy saving one. Using the Hypae Lamp will not only let you enjoy its beauty and style but also will let you kiss high electricity bills goodbye.
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Now you can create a mini forest inside your home even if you are in the midst of an industrialized city. With the help of Branches by Jennifer Dengler that looks similar to tree branches, you can have your flower stems inserted, let it stayed for some days and voila! You already have an indoor mini forest. The vessels come in different colors so you can choose those that will match with your existing home decors and interior design theme. The Branches is a result product of the successful collaboration of Peter Kunchinke a glassmaker and Museumsdorf Glashutte, a glass factory in Baruth, Germany.
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We all know that manufacturing our furniture sets requires a couple of materials and produces lots of cutouts. The FF1 chair is extremely different. Designed by James Van Vossel and Tom de Vrieze who formed the Fox and Freeze, the FF1 Chair is made from a single square sheet of synthetic felt. Except from the drilled holes, you will see no cutouts at all from the materials used to form the FF1 chair. To form the FF1 sturdy and stylish chair, manufacturers twisted the felt and twisted again until the FF1 chair is formed. While the felt are twisted to form the chair, the shell and base of the chair remains attached and not separated at all. -via
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