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Dress Your Walls . . . with Light

If you've been reading our posts this month, you know that it's Dress Your Walls month. I've shown you a plethora of smart ways to attire your walls, including tips on hanging wallpaper, great art online, fab paint colors, and paint-by-numbers borders. I've even offered you a free wall's worth of Ferm wallpaper. But if you're not up for new paint colors, wall decals, or a fun new pattern 24/7, I have another solution for you and your boring walls.

Dutch baby Jonas Samson has created hi-tech, light emitting wallpaper which uses your two-dimensional flat surface as a source of light, instead of those oh-so-typical 3D objects called lamps. The "wallpaper" is just that, except that when you turn it on it emits the beautiful shape of a blossoming tree and bird overhead. If you'd like to "undress" your walls some of the time, don't worry: As long as the wallpaper is turned "off," it is indistinguishable as a source of light.


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