Quoizel TFT16191A1VA Inglenook Tiffany Table Lamp
What a great feeling to re-decorate you home, as things can get slightly stale year after year. Wouldn't it be nice to walk in the door one evening after work, and be pleasantly surprised at the freshly painted walls, new cozy sofa and gorgeous curtains? If an all out overhaul isn't in the budget, we suggest just a few new pieces of decor to give the room a whole new feel.One of our top picks is the Block Lamp from Design House Stockholm. A true design classic since it's launch in 1996, the block lamp is inspired by industrial glass bricks. The bulb is encased in two heavy glass blocks and can then be set on the floor or a tabletop. The lamp is offered with a red, black or white wire and gives off the perfect ambient glow. It's also sure to spark up plenty of conversation!Where to Buy - HornePrice - $120.00Who - Melimeli was the first to add the 'Block Lamp' to the Hive.
Anyone who's ever owned a Macbook (or any Apple product, for that matter), has likely fallen in love and surrendered themselves to the iWorld (not a real thing -- don't get excited). Ever since the general public accepted the iPhone as their go-to do-everything phone of choice, I've been seeing Apple-related references all over the place, on and off the touchscreen. iPhone app coasters, iChat speech bubble pillows... and now an F1/F2 Button Lamp Shade?! I gotta say, it's probably one of the cleverest gadget-to-decor adaptations I've seen thus far, and it gets the geeky idea across without looking too gimmicky. For $65, it is just the shade itself, but it's available in either table lamp or ceiling form so you can dress up pretty much any naked Ikea-bought fixtures you may already have in your apartment. Now, if only the light could be programmed with the press of your Macbook brightness key... I'm sure some of you geekier Hivers could figure out how!Price: $65Who Found It: xgalexy was the first to add the F1/F2 Lamp Shade to the Hive.