How to Make a Bedside Lamp that Can Sleep Up to 12 People
In the US, bedside lamps are typically placed in the middle of the bedroom, with a lamp in the center.
That makes them ideal for people who have no privacy, but can’t sleep comfortably in the dark.
But in Japan, they’re often used in a way that’s more like a living room lamp, with two lampshades arranged in the same room.
The lamp’s design is based on a lamp harp: The harp sits on a flat surface and turns on and off as needed, while its sides are covered in reflective material.
It can be used to illuminate a room, or it can be turned on and used to create an ambiance for the bedroom.
In fact, lamp harps have become a popular way to decorate rooms in Japan since the 1950s, according to the BBC.
The lamps themselves are relatively cheap, but they’re not cheap enough to afford them.
There are several different types of lamp harpas that you can find on the market in Japan.
For a more detailed look at lamp harpa designs, check out the BBC article about lamp harpes.