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There's no shortage of fancy lamps on crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter, but the Lunaluxx looks like it truly brings something unique and innovative to the table, or your desk, or your bedside table. It uses a small floating disk that glows brilliantly when hit with an invisible blue LED from underneath.

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Mother Nature has had a lot more time to perfect her designs than we have. And since she hasn't bothered patenting a single one, we're free to not only use her creations as inspiration — but to straight up steal them. So if you're trying to create a pendant light with an adjustable beam, there's no reason not to just rip off how the pedals on a flower open each morning.

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I wish I had the disposable income to purchase niceties like this and pretend I'm some sort of swash-buckling captain of a steampunk boat of the skies. Until this fantasy becomes reality (never), I'll just have to admire the handwork of others, with this excellent lamp from a crafty fellow by the name of Leander Lavendel being a prime example.

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Studio DRIFT made these lovely lamps that feel alive because they have been designed to bloom like a flower. It's a beautiful idea that's even more gorgeous when you see it happen, I would love to walk into my living room and have these ethereal lights dance for me as they descend and shine up the room.

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To see the glow from a species of bioluminescent octopus used to require a trip to the deep sea and a fair amount of patience. Not anymore. Ambio, a mobile lamp from Amsterdam-based designer Teresa von Dongen brings the sublime light away from the ocean by creating a "artificial saltwater medium".

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Here's a clever way to rid your home of unsightly cables: just hide them in plain sight. Designers Michael & George created the HB Lamps featuring a glowing eraser that can illuminate a room, and a black power cable protruding from the pencil tip that looks like doodles left by the pencil instead of an ugly power cord — genius.

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This may be a lampshade, but light isn't what it does best — because this new interpretation of the classic industrial lamp is carved from a solid piece of granite. The brainchild of AStudio, the Mika 350 is a pendant lamp inspired by ancient Celtic forts of the 6th century BC.