Nanoleaf's modular lights with Thread are discounted for a limited time

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Have you ever wished your smart home could be a bit more vibrant, and less like an office block at night? Nanoleaf, the brand synonymous with colourful, modular lighting, has slashed prices across its range, offering you the chance to add a touch of pizzazz to your living space.

A world of shapes and shades

Nanoleaf Shapes, Lines, and Canvas products have all received generous discounts, transforming this typically high-end brand into a tantalizingly attainable option. With their Shapes series, you can mix and match various forms and sizes to create your own unique masterpiece. Recently, Nanoleaf has added Thread to their Shapes line-up, making them one of the first Thread Border Router capable devices beyond Google and Amazon offerings. Although Nanoleaf has not confirmed Matter support for their existing products (except Essentials lights), Home Assistant enthusiasts can rest easy, as a reliable integration already exists, operating locally without the need for cloud services.

Bag a bargain on beauteous bulbs

Currently, Nanoleaf's Shapes Hexagons and Shapes Triangles kits are sporting a tempting US$50 discount, and the Shapes Mini Triangles kit is available at a fraction of its original price. These versatile lighting solutions play well with others, integrating seamlessly with Apple Home, Google Home, Amazon Alexa, Razer Chrome, IFTTT, and SmartThings.

Something for every taste

If your design preferences lean away from triangles and hexagons, fear not. Nanoleaf has also reduced prices on their Elements, Canvas, and Lines kits. Lines are made up of backlit LED light bars, offering another modular option for your creative endeavours. Elements, clad in a wood grain veneer, exude sophistication when switched off. Meanwhile, Canvas presents touch-sensitive, modular light squares with seamless illumination. Much like their Shapes counterparts, Lines, Canvas, and Elements also function as Thread Border Routers.

So, why not take advantage of these discounts to add a splash of colour and character to your smart home? After all, life is too short for dull lighting.

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