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It was a habit for me to take care of home during public May holidays. Right now my schedule is different and public holidays don't mean that much but still I have a strong association with home stuff in early May. Also my parents are going through house improvements in their summer home and my mom and I often discuss the design. So this time I want to talk about lights. It's very important for any home to have a proper light to create the atmosphere and feel comfortable no matter what you do. But lights themselves can be a great art like object or become a starting point for the whole design. That's the reason I want to be different from my usual self today and talk about home stuff. To deliver this subject to you I teamed up with Savelights shop. There tons of amazing options and I was fascinated with amount of industrial lighting options. But as I started talking about my parents and their home I have to say the style is different from monochrome. So for their case Tiffany Ceiling Lights are amazing. Both bright and classic those lights look spectacular, bring a lot of attention. In fact I actually might go for them myself. they look so pretty!
As usual for such inspiring posts I'm sharing my top three choices from the shop. Tell me what you think!


But I'm not here for you only to share my the nice ceiling lights and bring some additional inspiration. Savelights is giving you a great extra reason to pick their shop if after reading this post you can't wait to refresh your home - coupon. So don't forget to use coupon "Savelights" for 3% off your purchase!


Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. Good idea for a change. I like number 1 most.

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  2. Interesting pics. We keep in touch. xx

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  3. I like the first and second lamp, have a good weekend

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