Maybe your floor is a bit lonely these days. Maybe you can’t afford to buy a pet to enliven the atmosphere, or even brighten the dark corners. What you can do, however, is grab the quirky Spiff lamp, which offers a bit more luminescence for the situation. Crafted out of hardy oak and simple brass joints, the Spiff by Northern Lighting can be easily adjusted and attached to a wall, propped up on convenient shelf space, or left to brood upon your carpet with its soft light beams. A unique and minute alternative to more intrusive lamps and hanging lights, and doesn’t even need to be walked.

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