Previously we have stumbled across a myriad of lighting solutions ranging from mirrors emanating sensor based lights to remote controlled lighting mechanisms. However, we daresay this is the first time we have come across a lighting scope that is exuded from our walls, rather than some particular fixture. We are of course talking about Jonas Samson’s light emitting wallpapers. Consisting of phosphorescent pigments enclosed in floral patterns, the glow is transmitted through the wallpaper’s transparent layers. And, the ‘piece de resistance’ of the whole design is that it is fully controllable via a switch. In simpler terms, you can switch on and off your wallpapers!
Now, given its controllable credentials, the creation is already touted in some circles to eliminate the need for conventional natural lighting. We as usual as bit skeptical on that matter, especially considering the loss of pure effervescence that is provided by sunlight. But, we can surely appreciate the novelty of the whole concept, which surely initiates an altogether different visual angle for your home decor’s ambiance. Furthermore, you interior rooms can still be illuminated on those gloomily dark, cloudy days.