Getting a moment’s peace and quiet can be a daunting task depending on a number of factors such as how many people live with you, the location of your home and if your neighbors enjoy playing music a little too loud at all hours of the day and night. But if you happen to find yourself underneath Monica Armani’s Silenzio lamp, then you’ll be complaining less about how loud the world is and complaining more how insanely quiet everything has become.
The Slienzio lamps are made with a combination of a sound-absorbing foam and fabrics that will help minimize the amount of noise your home makes, which should result in being able to take a nice nap on a lazy Sunday afternoon without wanting to murder your roommates. The lamp won’t completely shut out noise, but it can at least help in making your home sound a lot less cavernous.
Oh, yea – we guess it can work to light up a room too. I mean, it is a lamp, I guess.
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