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You Can’t Be Afraid of the Dark with a Pizza Night Light

You Can’t Be Afraid of the Dark with a Pizza Night Light

If you’re having trouble sleeping, a night light will get you through. Whether you’re scared of the dark or just can’t seem to find your way to the bathroom without your glasses, there’s nothing more comforting than the warm glow of a cheesy slice of pizza.

Kikkerland Design has clearly tapped into our dreams with this pizza pie night light. Forget counting sheep, you need to be counting slices. The pizza light sits on a faux paper plate and is a good size at over 5-inches by 7-inches, this tasty light may improve your REM sleep just by visualizing pizza as you drift off to sleepy time.

Designed by artist and pizza-lover Steph Mantis, this luminous ode to the Italian pie is glorious, and clearly you’ll need one to light up every room. Imagine finding your way through a dark hallway late at night with only pizza to guide you through. This Dali-like dreamscape can easily become your reality.

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The only drawback is the lack of smell-o-vision. I feel like a pizza scented oil air freshener night light is the obvious next step for this giant of an invention. Why does it always smell like pizza in your house at night? BECAUSE IT DOES, now go back to sleep. That was a proposed pizza light induced hallucination scenario, should you have a sleepover to show off your newly acquired ‘za night lights.

Even without the scent, these tasty looking lights are a steal at just $6 each. Order one so that you can sleep happily and dream of pizza.

Would you drift off to sleep with the help of a pizza night light? Let us know in the comments!

IMAGES: Kikkerland Design

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