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A chandelier that turns a room into a forest

A chandelier that turns a room into a forest

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Amazing chandelier inspired by nature turns a room in to a forest using trick of the light Forms In Nature is the work of Danish designer duo Hilden & DiazThe piece was inspired by the drawings of naturalist Ernst HaeckelThe sculpture works by throwing huge twisted shadows onto walls By Ruth Styles Published: 11:27 GMT, 29 August 2013 | Updated: 14:06 GMT, 30 August 2013 A pair of Danish artists have created a magical chandelier that turns a room into a forest using a trick of the light. Beadboard Small Desk Designed to fit perfectly against the footboard of our Beadboard Daybed, this simple, stylish desk helps you make the most of your space. 40" wide x 22" deep x 30" high Crafted with a kiln-dried wood frame. Desk offers more than 6 square feet of surface area. Finish is hand-applied in a multi-step process. PBteen White is a classic off-white paint and rustic finishes are gently distressed.

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