On first look you would imagine that the lovely is also from the LZF lineup but this Scandinavian beauty was designed by Antoni Arola for Santa &Cole. A sleek stainless steel frame and thin slats of birch wood make up this posh pendant that turns heads with its sheer compositional beauty and sense of unmatched lightness.
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.
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!
Birdy is a modernist table wall and floor lamp series that was designed in 1952 by Norwegian interiors architect Birger Dahl. The series was relaunched in 2013 by Northern Lighting an Oslo-based lighting company who ensured Birdy’s original shape and features were preserved.
Here’s another shot of the palm pendant lights which helps give a sense of size scale and color. Note how well the pieces work in a modern interior: We’ll end by shining the spotlight on the Candlestick Pendant Light from CB2 which reminds us that is continuing to evolve in the realm of pendant lighting. So is the use of intricate bulbs to add a dash of unexpected style!
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: