A glass shade is the standout feature of the lamp below which takes a slight departure from a strictly vertical orientation with its angled arm. It’s the Adjustable Glass Floor Lamp from West Elm complete with an antique bronze finish. We think the bulb perfectly visible through the transparent glass cylinder that surrounds it is the real standout!
The dining space of your home is a mix of your kitchen and dining room – a place of relaxation conversation and enjoying meals. Whether you have a vast feasting table or a breakfast bar there is a proper way to light it such as to enjoy not only food but also design.
Showcased at Salone Satellite 2013 the latest lighting collection from Finnish designer Maija Puoskari is both easy on the eyes and perfect for contemporary homes. Think of ‘acorn’ and to some of us the first thing that comes to our mind is the ‘Ice Age’ franchise.
Recessed lights are a far more basic part of interior design than the sculptural floor lamps or stylish pendant lights. They might not be the of a setting but they are an absolute must in order to fashion gorgeous and well-lit spaces.
The synthetic shade available in hot pink white and turquoise is wrapped around the light source and has a slight transparency which gives off indirect light effects through a very neat effect in addition to the actual lighting and the joyful appearance. A creation of Vicente Garcia Jiménez inspired from the Guggenheim Museum in New York Le Soleil exudes cosmopolitan taste and joie de vivre.
The refined touch is conveyed by the matte black lacquered exterior combined with the golden interior which reflects and enriches the light. Hung in a cluster for vivid asymmetry or in a regular series for a very graphical and hieroglyphic impact they are essential modern concise and visually very catchy with just a slight amount of eccentricity.