Valentine's Day gifts for the home

If you think your beloved hung the moon,

If you think your beloved hung the moon, why not make a gift of the sky? Combining technology with breathtaking creativity, the Lucid Mirror by Adam Frank ($890) uses LED optics that transform the mirror into an ambient light artwork when activated. Just press a button, and sunlight streams through ethereal clouds that appear to move through the sky. Made of aluminum, acrylic and LED, the mirror is 13.5 inches high, 15.5 inches high, and just under 2 inches deep. Available at (Credit: Museum of Modern Art)

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Although shelves abound with pink confections and ruffled candy containers, Valentine's Day can be about more than the exchange of baby's breath and sugary sweets. Many love flowers and chocolate, of course -- but, why not think outside the heart-shaped box for stylish selections for the home that say, "I love you"? --LARA EWEN. Special to Newsday

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