Popup Lighting Animal Lamps

Nov 30, 2016

Category: Living

You don’t have to be a hunter to appreciate a well mounted buck. Nor do you exactly have to be a design nerd to appreciate these handsome Animal Lamps from Popup Lighting.

Ideal for dorm rooms or the walls of the more design-inclined, these wall mounting lamps combine a classic hunting lodge look with a clean, pop-up book inspired style. Made by Chen Bikovski, an Israeli designer based in Tel Aviv, each of these wall-mounted fixtures use LED lights to add depth, character, and color to the otherwise minimalist painted and folded aluminum and steel bodies. Once turned on, antlers project out from the head of the buck and shine down from under it’s chin. Colors vary from rose gold to matte black, making it easy to get one that matches with your decor. Prices start at $250. [Purchase]

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