If watching the recent super-moon lunar eclipse stirred something deep inside you then this might be the perfect thing for you. A Taiwan-based interior design studio launched an indiegogo campaign with a target of just $40,000 which they have smashed thanks to this beautiful and incredibly realistic moon lamp.
The lamp, which is water-, heat-, and crash-resistant, as well as being luminosity adjustable, comes in seven different sizes, ranging from 3.2 to 23.6 inches in diameter. Made mainly from glass fiber and nontoxic latex, the lamp can either be hung from your ceiling or strategically placed on a stand in a room. Each lamp — which seeks to “unveil the potential of a space” by way of unconventional decoration — is handmade, ensuring that no two Lunas are the same.
But be warned, they’re selling out fast, with all early bird specials already gone. But still, $75 to $875 seems a reasonable price to pay when you consider that you’re bringing the moon into your own home.
The Luna lamps are expected to be produced at the end of 2015, with the first batch of deliveries going out in March of 2016. So if you can wait just a few more months, you may be able to bring the night sky home with you and quite literally sleep under the moon.
If you want to see if you can still get your hands on one check them out here
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