An Illuminating Idea

They say that simple ideas are often the best. I generally agree. Case in point – Studio Ninho’s Luminaire Post.

As its name suggests, the Luminaire Post combines a light with an area on which to post notes and ideas.

The recycled cork casts a warm, soft light which is seemingly unaffected by the placement of reminders.

If you like to touch and see your reminders, rather than stare at them on a screen, Luminaire Post offers a great option!

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