Thursday, August 2, 2012
Light Up Your Teak Wood
I love to attend craft fairs and art shows, and it’s not just for the shopping. I am always amazed to witness the depth of creativity and originality that some people possess. Many items are very run-of-the-mill and found in various forms in many different locations. Nevertheless, sometimes I run across artists who have come up with their own concept and created a unique brand.
Often, those artists who dare to be different only appeal to a limited number of buyers. Depending on how edgy their design is, the artwork may not be suitable for display in the décor of most homes. However, sometimes an artisan creates a line that generates buzz among many different types of buyers and is versatile for use in a variety of decors.
The GroovyStuff Teak Southern Lights Lamp is a truly unique piece of artwork that has appeal on so many levels. It is crafted from teakwood harvested in Taiwan, then pieced together to make a one-of-a-kind lamp. Every lampshade is painstakingly pieced together by hand and attached to a reclaimed wood base. It makes a striking accent piece on a sofa table and is applicable in contemporary and country homes alike. For the astoundingly low price of $353, this unique piece of reclaimed wood art can earn a place of distinction in your home.