If you are wondering that lighting up a room can be as simple as having some light bulbs then you are absolutely wrong because Philips brings the most exclusive way to light up a room which might not be everyone's option. The app-controlled LED bulbs which form part of the Hue collection by Philips is probably the most luxurious way to light up a room and though this might appear as highly priced, yet we know that at least the products of Philips are priced in such a way that they can be afforded by homeowners.
However, this latest design of lamps is not for those who dont have a fondness for generally overpriced items. These are the table and pendant luminaries (even the names give here to fixatures are fancy) are designed by WertelOberfell and Strand+Hvass and though they might appear to be works of art but they are completely functional. Each one of these lamps is capable of displaying any of 16 million colors, with full wireless control. And just as expected, the price tags for these 3D-printed fixtures are mind blowing. These table lamps will be available for pre order from the 31st of March and they will be priced at $3,500 while the pendant versions will retail for a whopping about $4,150.
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