The petite glass chandelier also is ideal for those who have small bathrooms and cannot afford the luxury of a cascading chandelier in all its splendor. These beautiful chandeliers work well in compact powder rooms as well and they couple functionality with form in a tasteful and trendy fashion.
Designed in 1929 by Arne Jacobsen the Bellevue Table Lamp was reintroduced by Danish company &tradition. The Bellevue was Jacobsen’s first lighting design and with its swan-like neck and clean form takes inspiration from the Bauhaus era. The 45-degree cut shade (which made a later appearance on Jacobsen’s Bellevue petrol station near Copenhagen) diffuses the light with minimal glare.
When adjustable steel shades are at your disposal you can strategically illuminate key features and areas in the room of your choice! This Tripel Floor Lamp from CB2 is designed by Mermelada Estudio. Steel is the material of choice but the chrome finish is what really gets noticed:
Everything from old radiators pulleys and wire baskets to reclaimed theater lights and vintage factory pendants can be turned into stylish pendants for your kitchen and living room.
It was Nate Berkus who said “I hate sets. I’ve always hated sets. I think that if you have a dining room set break it up!” Hate might be a touch too strong a word but often dining room sets do indeed breed monotony and boredom.
One of the biggest complaints with these uber-elegant industrial lights is that they bring back outdated bulbs that are not planet-friendly and turn up your power bills. A safe compromise is to replace the filament bulb with modern LED variants that offer the same visual effect at 80 percent more energy-efficiency. These simple industrial lights also are smart space-savers that work brilliantly in small bedrooms bathrooms and dining spaces.