Let there be light in the dark of winter! Today’s post is dedicated to trends. As you’ll see it’s interesting how these trends reflect larger design trends in the realm of interiors. Like jewelry for your home pendant lights give the rooms they adorn the perfect finishing touch.
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.
They say that the best inventions are those that are born out of sheer necessity and the truth is not all that different even in the world of interior design. Each era and time period across centuries has produced distinct styles that have been rehashed and revamped over time by innovative designers to create refreshing and captivating interiors.
With a unique vintage-meets-modern look the Caracas Floor Lamp from Jonathan Adler combines cones and balls with a marble base for an unforgettable lighting piece. Love the brass pull chains!
Your bathroom chandelier need not play second fiddle to any other fixture in the room. In fact let it shine through and be the showstopper of the space with its unique design and proper placement.
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.
We end with a few selections that showcase emerging trends in the world of pendant lighting. One such trend: Designers like Tom Dixon make this easy for us by creating collections such as the Beat collection shown below.
The last decade has seen a revitalization of sorts in bathroom design as homeowners are now placing more and more importance on a serene and stylish bathroom that goes beyond the bare minimum.
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.
Speaking of pendant lights that add drama the sensational by Raimond Puts seems to bring the charm of a star-studded night indoors with absolute ease! The design of this perfect sphere with tiny LED lights is a mathematical masterstroke that transformed the world of lighting.
With freestanding bathtubs and sensational glass shower areas defining contemporary bathrooms why not take the image of opulence a step further by adding a dazzling chandelier?!
One such style that is currently topping the trend charts and transforming contemporary homes across the world is industrial. The distinct elements of the industrial style bring along with them simplicity practicality and efficiency. And few epitomize this like .
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 pleated lampshade is another trademark feature of the series and it gives the edgy lamp a touch of visual softness. The handfolded lampshade that seems like it is almost neatly tucked inside also gives the lamp its name CACHÉ which in French means’ hidden’.