These Instagram-Friendly Mood Lamps Will Add a Pop of Color to Your Bedroom

It comes in three different colors!
by Louise Ferrer for Cosmo.ph   |  Feb 22, 2021
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If you take a look at my Instagram collections and Pinterest boards, one thing you'll notice is that I have dedicated a specific folder for ~trendy home decor~. I have all the pegs that I want for my dream room and it includes frameless mirrors, pretty pillowcases, and pink plants. In an alternate universe, feel ko talaga interior designer ako at heart. And lately, I just discovered the next best item for my future space makeover: Poppy Home's mood lamp. Check it out!

Poppy Home's mood lamp is an art piece and light source in one. It's great if you want to add a pop of color to your space.

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It comes in three different colorways: sunlight, sunset, and rainbow.

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This one is giving us major *beach vibes*!

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Each mood lamp costs P1,899. Its angle is adjustable so you can project the light any way you want.

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BRB, already setting up a corner in my room for DIY photoshoots!

For more details, you can check out Poppy Home on Instagram or visit their official website.

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* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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