Timp desk lamp by Lutz Pankow.

Luminaria Straight lines, raw wood and high tech to make it shine. Timp is an unusual desk lamp by Lutz Pankow.

DIY: cardboard chandelier

DIY Chandelier : Cardboard cut out from printable template. Instructions on how to make this perfect party or holiday party decoration. Diy home decor ideas. credit: Paper Made via Etsy

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Not Just a Yarn Ball: Super Neat DIY Lampshade

love this DIY doily light fixture. Would be pretty for wedding decor too!

Two Single-Occupancy Detached Houses / L3P Architekten

Gallery of Two Single-Occupancy Detached Houses / L3P Architekten - 16

good to have in cases of emergency and all the lights are out. a few of these candles strategically placed can be quite handy. and also when wanting to create a special mood in your home (i. dinner party or snuggle party with your special someone)

Flat Light Bulb by Joonhuyn Kim

Flat Light Bulb

Flat Bulb designed by Korean designer Joonhuyn Kim. It is volume of a normal bulb. Its flat shape allows bulbs to be easily stacked and prevents breakage because rolling. I love it! Very cool bulb! Flat Bulb was on display as a part of design tokyo.

Swedish architects Tham & Videgård Hansson have designed their first product – a folded metal pendant light.

Top lamp by Tham & Videgård Hansson Arkitekter

thedesignwalker: “Swedish architects Tham & Videgård Hansson have designed their first product – a folded metal pendant light.

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Esta luminária origami vai dar um toque especial à iluminação da sua casa

The Perch Light by London-based architect and designer Umut Yamac sits perfectly at the intersection of form and function: the bird-shaped light is made to look like a folded origami creation that’s illuminated from the inside.

Atelier Crenn restaurant in San Francisco with incandescent light sculptures by Dylan Kehde Roelofs.

Restaurant Visit: Atelier Crenn in San Francisco

Admired at San Francisco& Atelier Crenn, a small outpost of forward-looking gastronomy on Fillmore Street: Incandescent light sculptures by Portland, OR-based glass artist Dylan Kehde Roelofs.

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