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  • Charlotte Herbert

    I'd like this for the bathroom that's in the middle of my house [it's so dark!]

  • Samantha Lott

    Bright Blind. Fake window blind that lights up for basements and rooms without real windows.

  • Julie King-Bolin

    A pretend window is better than none at all! I imagine my friends with cubicle offices would like one of these Fake Window Light |

  • Travis N. Huffhine

    The Bright Blind: While it's not being prescribed as a cure for seasonal affective disorder just yet, the Bright Blind is sure to lighten one's spirit in dark, sad abodes and office spaces worldwide. Made of electroluminescent (EL) sheets, Makoto Hirahara's Bright Blind simulates a window where none exists. The artificial blind functions in exactly the way you might guess; turn the plastic stick and control the brightness!

  • Karin Lundquist

    Bright Blinds Add A Fake Window To Your Dungeon - Basement idea

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