I want this! My children were immediately drawn to this Lull lamp with it’s innovative natural flower simulation.
Designed by Lull (based in Norway), this very cool looking light works likes this: as a bud during sunrise it stretches it’s petals to bloom – it opens carefully and dims up to give a powerful morning light. In the evening Lull acts the opposite: when it’s time for bed, the flower slowly closes while the light is dimming down and turns into a bud again.
Shaped like a flower, Lull offers a calm and soothing experience for what should be our most relaxing room in the house. Lull lamp has a time-adjustable dimmer to be set individually for each user’s recommended cycle of sleep.
Wonderful for small children who need a visual reminder when bed time calls, the lamp has been designed in consultation with psychologists and specialists on sleeping problems. And if you ask me, this is a much nicer way to wake up than my annoying beeping alarm clock!
Visit Lull to find out more about the release of this blooming beauty, and watch the great video of this lamp in action below: