A similar curve can be seen in the Roman Ring Floor Lamp by Alison Berger available at Holly Hunt. Once again we see a room of neutral tones and the power of a glass and metal lamp to take the cake especially when the product design is this creative…
OK so this next featured space isn’t exactly a room in the home. But it’s certainly an outdoor living area. And doesn’t’ it make sense that a space this large would need some lighting? Why not go big with the Indoor/Outdoor floor lamp in glossy thermoplastic expansion by Usona. If white is too subtle for you note that the piece is available in black and orange as well!
They come in slightly varying sizes and shapes inspired by fruits and flowers and with 3 color filters – red yellow and blue. With their soft interplay of transparency reflection refraction and color the Agave bring a fruity tropical touch to the dining table.
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.
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.
Most hotel rooms and luxury retreats employ wonderful bedside sconce lighting to usher in a luxurious vibe. These brilliant lights instantly make a room more special and visually grand. While the classic-styled sconces might not easily fit in with the modern bedroom designs (unless you have a cool beach theme or a cottage vibe going on) sleek and slender modern designs fit in seamlessly.