We really believe that a chandelier can instantly take a room from drab to fab. And artists Thyra Hilden and Pio Diaz's "Forms in Nature" chandelier is no exception.
The duo created an amazing piece of art that when turned on, displays tree-like shadows that transform a room into a virtual forest. According to the Daily Mail, the piece was inspired by Darwinist Ernst Haeckel’s drawings. "'We fell in love with the vastness of nature and how insignificant and consumed man can feel in the face of roaring seas, deep forests and the endless sky," Diaz told the Daily Mail.
While this light fixture is absolutely incredible, the shadows are indeed a bit haunting. In this case, sleeping with the lights on might not be the best idea if you're afraid of the dark.
Watch the video above to see their work, and be sure to head over to the Daily Mail for more information.
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