The creative Balloon Lamp by Estiluz

Balloons are one of the most simple and fun items ever invented. They are very simple but they are also fun to play with and they also make beautiful decorations. We use them at birthday parties, weddings, as a get well gift for a sick friend and we see them at carnivals. So why not include them in out everyday life as well? Well, when I’m saying that I’m not referring to real balloons but only to the shape.

This is the Balloon Lamp. It’s a very simple but very creative and fun lamp that was designed by Spanish decorative lighting manufacturers Estiluz. It’s a very cute and also very versatile lamp. It would look really nice in a child’s bedroom because of the shape and playful design but it would also brighten up other rooms of the house as well. It would look beautiful in a modern living room or even in the bedroom.

The Balloon Lamp is very ingenious and very simple, just like the real balloon. The lamp hides the fluorescent bulbs. It features a shade made of satinized polyethylene that hides everything that’s inside and also creates a nice matte look. The lamp also has a wall version. It features fine red cable and hangs from the shade and that also serves as a switch. The idea was clever and the final product is really ingenious and good-looking.Available for 262 euros.

Published by in Lighting, on January 30th, 2012


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