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PUBLISHED : Sunday, 08 April, 2012, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 08 April, 2012, 12:00am

Made in the shades

Lifestyle and furniture outlet Indigo has designed a collection of lamps for children's bedrooms. The wooden stand and wide base are designed to stay upright even when knocked by little hands. The lampshade comes in navy, pink or red. HK$1,068 at Indigo Kids, suites 1817-20, 18/F Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, tel: 2552 0545

Ships in the night

Small desk lamps help illuminate the homework space of teens burning the midnight oil. The lamp base is made of recycled wood from abandoned Indonesian fishing boats; the wood is treated to preserve the original patchwork colours. The lamp comes with a black or white shade and is available in three sizes. From HK$2,950 at TREE, shop 311, The Arcade, 100 Cyberport Road, Cyberport, tel: 2997 8522

Flock of the new

Colourful birds light up this wire lampshade more than the single incandescent light bulb. The shade, called La Petite Voliere (The Small Aviary), is handmade from copper wire by Parisian atelier Mathieu Challieres. Available in three sizes for a lampshade or as a table lamp. From HK$3,300 at Petit Bazaar, 9 Stanley Market Road, Stanley, tel: 2407 1892

What's glowing on here?

Not strictly a light but functioning perfectly well as a night light, the Grobag Egg Room thermometer can ease the minds of anxious parents worrying if their baby is too hot or too cold. The thermometer changes colour according to room temperature, glowing yellow at an ambient heat and alerting parents to any changes by turning red when it's too hot or blue when it's too cold. HK$285 at mothercare, shop 422, Telford Plaza II, Kowloon Bay, tel: 2997 3013


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