SkyCeilings will brighten up any room


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A SkyCeiling faux skylight is exactly what you need to brighten up and inject some life into a dull room. The aptly named Sky Factory has just announced that their SkyCeilings faux skylights now include programmable lighting. Sit back and relax indoors, while taking in the sunset mid-afternoon, or when the weather’s being British, opt for a clear and bright summer’s day (the illusion will definitely suffice).

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Lucy HedgesSkyCeilings will brighten up any room

The lazy geek's cushion for the terminally lazy


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Getting comfortable in front of your computer often involves a lot of fidgeting about in order to find a comfortable position, that won’t have you moaning about back pain after a couple of hours. Geeks aren’t the only ones who like to lie comfortably while glued to their computers for hours of internet-play. Also, the picture clearly shows a woman reading a magazine and the last time I checked, reading magazines wasn’t classified as geeky. But I suppose Thanko had to come up with a catchy name for their unique workstation.

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Lucy HedgesThe lazy geek's cushion for the terminally lazy

Create your own canvas print at Photobox

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I’ve been after some art for while but have been struggling to find something that I like to cover my wall in. Obviously price is an issue, but I’m also looking for something that is original, unique and amazing. I’d kinda like a Banksy print, but they’re a little generic nowadays. Well with

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Zara RabinowiczCreate your own canvas print at Photobox

The Black and Blum Bed Light: For night time reading

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Now it’s sad but true fact that I live for books. Seriously, I read everything. From fun and frothy chick lit, to science fantasy and even detective fiction. Most of my reading seems to be done on the tube nowadays with someones elbow sticking in

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Zara RabinowiczThe Black and Blum Bed Light: For night time reading

Rechargeable outdoor candles remind us that good weather is coming… maybe…

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There’s no reason why technology can’t be used to create an old fashioned homey atmosphere, and not just with LED twinkly fairy lights, either. Candles are a wonderful look but don’t survive outside for long; if you don’t want to be constantly to-ing and fro-ing with a lighter then silicon rechargeable candles might be the way to go.

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Staff WriterRechargeable outdoor candles remind us that good weather is coming… maybe…

Retro tassel light for a little bordello chic

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I see lights like this, I think Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. I’m pretty sure everyone else does to, but since I like heels and big, chunky, bow-tied heels I reserve the right to also like tasselled lights. Apparently it’s really inspired by “Victorian decadence” – close enough.

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Staff WriterRetro tassel light for a little bordello chic

Bedtime Stories Project goes geeky on your bedlinen

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More bookworm geeky than techie, I couldn’t resist a chance to encourage a bit more reading all round. Whether you prefer to do it online with a limited edition free copy of American Gods, use an eBook reader or just like real paper, bedtime reading is a real joy, and this geeky quilt aims to make it a pleasure on an even grander scale.

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Staff WriterBedtime Stories Project goes geeky on your bedlinen

Philips's Imagination Light Canvas lets you paint and play with light

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From the Aurea to the Sense and Simplicity showcase, Philips has really immersed itself in light technology and pretty, soothing environments. The company has now expanded that to provide an interactive light display for the brand new Mercy Medical Centre in Rogers, Arkansas.

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Staff WriterPhilips's Imagination Light Canvas lets you paint and play with light