Form and Function

How Humidifying

While I promised you a post today, it's actually less of a post and more of the ramblings of an aesthetics-obsessed designer. I like pretty things.  Shocking, I know.  I fully acknowledge that not everything can be pretty, sometimes they need to be functional.  Why, pray tell, can't they be both?

*this is not sponsored, just a weird designer excited about a silly little product*

As those living in New England in the winter months know, humidifiers are a necessity if you don't want to wake up with a scratchy, dry throat every morning.  Our 2 year old cool mist humidifier decided not to work when we took it out of the box this year and it was a blessing in disguise.  While I didn't feel like spending the money on a new humidifier, I took this as an opportunity to upgrade to one that would hopefully last longer than 2 winters.  I bought this Luma Comfort Cool Mist Vase Humidifier from Wayfair, and even though we've only had the new guy for a few days, I. am. in. love.


Do you see it?


How about now?


A humidifier that looks like a vase, can sit on the floor (as to not clutter up furniture surfaces), and works like a champ without being loud and obnoxious? SOLD!


Whoever the product designer for Luma Comfort and this humidifier is is my new favorite person.  Same reason I'm an Apple gal.  Function doesn't have to be an eyesore!