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?!…
With contemporary homes sporting clean and well defined lines its elliptic arch presents a lovely geometric variation. Unlike the bland floor lamps that seem to vanish into the backdrop Arco stands tall (quite literally too!) and yet never seems to block your view.
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.
Well placed recessed lighting highlights the best features of a room while the lights themselves remain invisible! This is the true for recessed lighting. Offering warm inviting and pleasing aura recessed lights give most interiors and patio spaces a whole new lease of life filled with radiance.
Recessed lights or can lights (as they are sometimes called in the US) bring along with them a multitude of features. Doubling up to provide both ambient and focused illumination they are a great addition for the modern ergonomic kitchen.
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!