Finally we see a red zigzag lamp in a room featuring a range of hues from gray and teal blue to yellow and mint green. But it’s the red that truly stands out and the unique shape of this lighting piece is the true star of the room don’t you think?!…
Cloud is one of the most popular Belux products. Designed by the famous architect Frank Gehry this beautiful light and airy lamp comes in various sizes. It is also available in smaller globe shapes but the vast canopy named Mamacloud is the most impressive.
Three pivoting adjustable heads make a statement as part of the Cole Multi-Arm Task Floor Lamp from Pottery Barn. There’s just something industrial about this piece and it truly makes its mark on the traditional pale gray space below. In fact if you’re decorating a room in neutral shades why not punctuate it with something this interesting?
The two best ways to go is choosing a large pendant lamp or a cluster/row of smaller ones. They can be hung really low such as to become part of your dining table layout. The dining table lamp just has to be installed in such a way that one cannot bump their head into it – and it doesn’t blind people with glare. Let us see some beautiful choices.
This is probably how the thought of using sconces and pendants as bedside lighting solutions started. With modern urban homes and studio apartments being short of space it makes sense to utilize the vertical room that is on offer.
With Terho taking the shape of delightful acorns the Tatti table lamps seem to be inspired by the outline of a mushroom. The opal white glass-blown casings of the lamps give them their chic and trendy appearance while the Finnish alder ‘hats’ on top bring in a ‘natural’ appeal.