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:
We start off with pendants that seem to effortlessly combine the inherent minimalism of industrial style with a cool vintage appeal – . These stripped-down lighting fixtures are fast becoming a staple in restaurants coffee houses and eateries that wish to combine their rich past with a relaxing modern ambience.
There’s something for everyone in the images that follow as many of these selections are versatile enough to complement a variety of styles from the eclectic to the industrial. Ready to shine the spotlight on floor lamps?…
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.
Here’s another look. Note how the pendant is a larger version of the terrariums on the dresser next to the bed. Learn more about these faceted terrariums here. Once again we see this time in compact form with the Krannel/Gille Glass Pendant. Industrial style comes to life thanks to metal ceramic and a glass shade in a milk finish:
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.