Chicago artisan Joe Wislar creates one-of-a-kind lamps and lighting with a style somewhere between steam punk and Rocket Age, using reclaimed auto parts and industrial ephemera.
Made with hand-turned, FSC-certified American Walnut, Smoked Ash, Rock Maple and American Oak, these Bright Bead pendant lamps from Australian designer Coco Reynolds feature a variety of designs and shapes offered as single drops or with several clustered together as a chandelier. You choose the bulb and the color that best suits your space.
The emberlight allows you to turn any light into a smart light by simply screwing the Emberlight unit into the existing bulb socket. Connecting easily to your wi-fi network and the App, it let’s you dim & adjust one or many lights with a single touch or preset “moods.” A funded Kickstarter project.
A lightbulb & bluetooth speaker in one. No kidding. Screw it into the socket then control both the bulb and the speaker from the Playbulb app. Mood & music, handled.
Super-bright LEDs aren’t exactly what you’d call mood lighting. Instead try this classic, German-made storm lantern. It runs for 20 hours on a full-tank of fuel providing warm, incandescent light and features a weatherproof Suprax glass globe and chrome-like tin finish.
You have a smartphone, a smart thermostat, a smart smoke alarm, smart locks, a smart sprinkler but sadly your light switches are still stupid. But get the Goldee Light Controller and your days in the dumb dark are over. Customize your controls for brainless, anytime on/off, dimming, timers, and various modes that you can set and forget.
With global deforestation almost complete, these simple wood sculptures by L.A.-based artist Paul Foecker, made from Coastal California Cypress will do more than just add a natural element to your drawing room; they’ll teach your future grandkids about biology, tree rings & the mysteries of nature in a way that computer simulated wood simply can not.
Don’t worry you won’t have to read this book because actually, it’s a light. A lamp: bright enough for reading, ambiance, & hunting in the back of the closet. Its unique fold-up design also makes it super portable. Open it anywhere or mount it instantly on metal surfaces with the magnets that are built into the covers.
This lamp is not just some anonymous piece of lighting hardware. It’s Japanese and was born in the 70s. Saved from the salvage yard by the craftsmen at Classified Moto, this old camshaft has been re-purposed & transformed back into a useful piece of machinery.