We're not sure which room of the house we'd like to use this fiber optic wallpaper in, but we're entranced with both the concept and effect. Perhaps in the hallway or above the bed for some light dazzling effects? Or is that just too Las Vegas in effect?
We're actually a bit surprised at the relatively moderate price of $231 a roll for Camilla Diedrich's Nature Ray Charles wallpaper series, but were not able to figure out how it works from anything Diedrich reveals:
"My mission at first was to make the wallpaper with real light," Ms. Diedrich says, "but then I didn't want to build in too much technology, and when I by coincidence could make a sort of illusion of light I was happy. Now I am developing the first idea too, to build in real light for those who need and like that."
Your spectacular roll of fiber optic goodness comes direct imported from Sweden in about 2 weeks, available via Bodie and Fou.