& # 39; It's even better in real life & # 39 ;: shoppers are & # 39; impressed & # 39; of the new & # 39; flame effect & # 39; globe from Bunnings that creates a cozy atmosphere – without a fire or candles
- The amazing screen was created by a Kmart table lamp and a flame effect lamp
- While the lamp costs $ 29, the LED Globe Flame Effect lamp can be purchased for $ 24
- The lamp has three modes: flame effect, fade in and out and a constant light
- The inspired interior was received on a large scale by a Facebook group
Shoppers are stunned by a Bunnings globe that seems to create the cozy, warm and cozy feeling of a fire – without a flame.
The handy hack of the interior was placed on a Facebook page with Kmart theme and let a flickering twilight light up in a living room.
The woman who shared the video revealed that the creation was a combination of products from two different bargain retailers.
A social media user explained that the woven table lamp was purchased from Kmart
They explained that the woven table lamp was purchased from Kmart, while the lamp was replaced by a Verve LED Flame Effect alternative from Bunnings.
The first costs $ 29 and the lamp can be used in the B22 and E27 lamps for $ 24.95 and $ 27.98.
& # 39; It looks even better in real life & # 39 ;, said the source of the design inspiration.
They then revealed that the lamp has three modes – one with a flame effect, one that fades in and out, and another with a normal constant glow.
The & # 39; flame effect & # 39; of the table lamp was widely praised by the followers of the page, many of whom wanted to take the flashing lamp.
& # 39; I have to make myself one of these & # 39 ;, wrote a social media user.
Shoppers are stunned by a Bunnings globe (pictured left in a table lamp and exactly in the package) that seems to create the cozy warm and cozy feeling of a fire.
& # 39; It would be so relaxing, & # 39; another added.
Others noticed how much it looked like a fire, one user noticing what it looked like someone had dropped firemen in the lamp.
& # 39; Imagine what your poor neighbor would think if they could see through a window & # 39 ;, another joked.
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