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NanoLeaf LED Light Bulb

While it may look like a mad science experiment, or some weird art piece gone wrong, the NanoLeaf LED Light Bulb ($35) represents a huge leap forward in lightbulb technology. This bulb replaces the average incandescent bulb in your home, using much less energy thanks to its LED light source — it's so efficient, in fact, that it will pay for itself in energy savings over its lifetime. The bulb also maintains a comparatively low temperature, making it safe to touch even after extended use. Unlike fluorescent bulbs, it contains no mercury, and unlike most other bulbs, it casts light in all directions, due to its unique shape and LED placement.

  • Patrick Hartog Ceramic Cable Lights

    Add a touch of class to your lighting setup with these Patrick Hartog Ceramic Cable Lights ($TBA). Inspired by mooring bollards, these simple white ceramic lights are made using slip casting techniques, then subsequently given life by the cabling, which is customizable to your preferences. A metal ring on the top adds a finishing touch and ensures the light stays balanced, so all you need to worry about is where to hang them.

  • Piccolo LED Task Light

    You spent a lot of time curating the thinnest, most stylish items to place on your desk — don't ruin the effect by lighting it all with a behemoth of a lamp. The Piccolo LED Task Light ($135-$150) should blend perfectly into such an environment. Crafted from anodized aluminum, the Piccolo's body is less than half an inch in diameter, and supplies plenty of warm light with a touch switch for dimming things down a bit. Don't have an outlet nearby? Not to worry, as it can run on USB power. Available with your choice of an etched glass, black anodized aluminum, or Italian marble base.
    [Scouted by Jason]