You don’t have to think outside the box to appreciate this rectangle box linen chandelier. That’s because it is a box. Sometimes less is more. Or simpler is better. It’s evident with this linen chandelier. The box shape design is simple yet the scale is grand. The linen material is common yet unique on a lighting fixture. Combine these elements together and they make for an eye catching chandelier. But let’s not forget that to think outside the box can be a good thing too.
Rectangle Box Linen Chandelier
The phrase think outside the box originated back in 1969 with a management consulting firm. They challenged their clients with a nine dot puzzle. The goal was to connect all nine dots within the box without lifting the pencil from the paper. The purpose was to make management and employees think creatively, to come up with new ideas and solutions to problems in the workplace. The exercise grew in popularity through the 70’s and 80’s and soon became a metaphor that is used today for both work and personal life issues. It means to think differently, unconventionally or from a new perspective. This can apply not only to work but who we date, hobbies we enjoy or careers we pursue. We often live inside the box by using the same set of principles and assumptions. To break this cycle experts recommend studying another work industry or religion. To take a class in an unfamiliar subject, write a poem or read a book that you would normally not pick up. Ask others for advice or break your every day routines. Then there is always take a shower. For some reason research shows a link between taking a shower and creativity. Hopefully, it’s a warm shower. Now the answer that you’ve all been waiting for. All nine dots can be connected without lifting the pencil by starting outside the box.