Strips of wood entwined to create mesmerizing pendant lights is a trend that seems to be catching on with designers across the globe and both Anfora and Leonardo fit the billing perfectly. Comes from the impressive lineup of suspension lights from LZF that also include other knotty beauties such as Link and Nut and it comes in three different exclusive versions.
Marcel OSSendrijver – MOSS Design – is a Netherlands-based designer creating 100% handmade Dutch designs. His Trumpet Lamp is a delightfully quirky character whose base and arms are made with beech and whose shade is formed from cast clay. Doubtless a happy and affable desk companion for many years to come.
The sleek and contemporary appeal of Hola allows you to use it in both public and personal spaces of the house and it offers that ideal balance between sophistication and whimsical playfulness.
But adding a chandelier to the bathroom involves much more than mere aesthetics. Experts suggest that the chandelier must be at least 8 feet above the bathtub and preferably three feet away from it. Of course with the right ventilation and proper control of humidity these conditions can be altered to your liking.
Fusing woodturning craftsmanship with natural materials and modern LED technology the Lune Lamp is warm contemporary and individual. The base and shade are envisaged as parts of wooden spheres their form providing an aesthetic that is harmonious and tactile. Lune was designed by Norwegian designer Sverre Uhnger and is manufactured by the Danish family-owned company Brdr. Krüger.
It took some time for the trend to catch on but soon designers across the world were following in the footsteps of Raimond Puts in an effort to match the beauty symmetry and dazzling allure of the original Raimond Lamp. Purity of form and pristine splendor define this pendant and if you are looking for options beyond the sphere there is also the oval