Hang a group of 3-4 in a row over the breakfast bar or an irregular cluster over a round dining table. A lamp for fashionistas Le Soleil by Foscarini is suited in a semi-minimalist and trendy dining room with flashes of colors here and there.
Designed by the Castiglioni brothers in 1962 the is a modern décor icon that has stood the test of time. Pendant lights and chandeliers often come with some innate amount of inflexibility after their installation.
There are plenty of lighting installations that help showcase your interiors in the right fashion and expert interiors designers believe that the best way to move forward is by adding several layers of lighting that complement each other.
This John Peacock Floor Lamp from CB2 is subtle… Except that it has a rectangular steel base coated in a hi-gloss peacock finish! And let’s not forget that white cotton box shade. In fact combining this lamp with red-orange accents like the fiery sofa below is a great way to enjoy one of the leading trends of the upcoming fall season: the combination of red and blue.
In a similar fashion the Steel Arc Floor Lamp has a stainless steel finish as well as a stainless steel mesh shade in a warm earthy shade. There’s an abundance of glowing neutral tones in this space. It simply needed a large curved piece to take the lead…
The texture of the shade is opaque and softly corrugated thought to reflect other light sources in the room while its own golden light is concentrated upon the table surface in an intense“light isle”. Gorgeous original and elegant nothing less expected of prestigious Catellani and Smith.