Your decor is a collage (at best) — Nana’s sofa, Ikea futon, bedside table (with water stains) left by previous tenants.
Add a piece that will make it all come together: Christine Price Hamilton’s Tesselights.
Named after a geometric term (the definition of which is way over our heads), the lanterns are made from pieces of super-thick and -smooth drawing paper cut with an X-Acto knife and hand-sewn into shapes. Each piece is strung together into a giant, cohesive (ahem), blossom-like sphere.
Lit with a single thirteen-watt fluorescent bulb, the light yellow and white orbs give off a mellow glow. Perfect for bedroom or dining room.
Right above the ping-pong table.