If you are buying an Arco lamp you can rest assured that you have done well to earn it. But the real challenge lies in placing it right. Though the fascinating floor lamp works with almost any theme and color backdrop that you have going it is important to not overwhelm the surroundings with way too much. Arco can be used as a bedside lamp a desk lamp overhead light for your coffee table and as focused light for your reading nook.
With hanging light installations that are pleasant and ergonomic being popular additions in most homes (especially the kitchen) Terho sure seems like an ideal fit. Available in a couple of hip variants both the hanging and table lamp complement each other beautifully as well. Design that is all about understated class!
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!
Not only are these sconces chic and fashionable but also are ultra-flexible and can swing around when needed. They are also far less understated in appearance than most pendant light designs and are more suited for those who prefer a hint of minimalism.
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.
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?!…