Roost White Owl Lamp



Many people are afraid of the dark or find it uncomfortable. Kids especially find it really disturbing to wake up in the middle of the night and not to be able to see anything. That happens when they sleep alone in their room and it is an anxiety problem. Any way, the only way to deal with the problem and the easiest way at the same time, is to purchase a discrete lamp that will provide just enough light not to make them scared, but at the same time to cast only a diffuse light so as not to wake them up or disturb their sleep.

This funny Roost White Owl Lamp is the perfect solution because it is made of porcelain and it leaves only a dim light out to show your way. The light is so sweet and not at all intense that it makes a perfect night light for children and in fact for people of all ages. It is a symbol at the same time because the owl is a night bird and it also symbolizes wisdom for the ancient Greeks. The light bulb is located in the base and the sweet light it casts is perfect for a special atmosphere for your bedroom. It is not very big and also not very little- the perfect size for the children room – dimensions: 8″ L x 6″ W x 9 3/4″ H. You can now purchase it for $143.


Published by in Lighting, on February 19th, 2011

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