If you’ve been obsessing over the current vintage-industrial design craze going around like we have, your life just got a whole lot easier. Rather than having to head to Home Depot / Lowes / Ace / Insert-Internet-Hardware-Store-Here to pick up electrical cord and sockets and lightbulbs, you can just pick up a pre-hand-made lighting rig, or extension cord, from Huckduck. Designed and built by a guy, Dennis Murphy, disappointed with his Brooklyn accommodations, each lighting option from Huckduck uses cloth cord, cool sockets, vintage style plugs and many of them come with wire cages and Edison bulbs. In other words, they’re exactly what you’ve been thinking about building for the better part of a year, except now you don’t have to risk self-induced electro shock therapy.
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