Crafted from fibreglass soaked in epoxy resin the Non Random Light is for those who would want to create an instant focal point in the room without a major overhaul. While the light is most often used in kitchens and dining rooms it is also a great choice for those looking to give bedside lighting an ingenious space-saving twist.
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:
One of the biggest complaints with these uber-elegant industrial lights is that they bring back outdated bulbs that are not planet-friendly and turn up your power bills.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.
How many times did you look at that rustic-looking chandelier above a dining table that seems to mimic the form of natural branches and wish you could have it? If you are looking to give your home a facelift this winter with a similar pendant the by is the answer!
The Boja Pendant Lamp from IKEA has a ’70s-meets-’80s vibe. Can’t you see this hanging in the kitchen of Rattan is the material of choice here and the addition of a steel ceiling cup creates a modern update.
The most striking feature of is the way it promises to blend in with some of the most popular decorating themes currently doing the rounds. Its sleek form and unassuming appeal make it ideal for contemporary modern and minimal homes.