Something as simple as a thoughtful will uplift a workspace. As well as a functional item think about a desk light as having character providing ambience and making tasks that little bit more pleasurable. The following ten uplifting desk and table lights will enjoy helping you to read write sketch type and think.
Sometimes more than one bulb is required to make a sculptural statement through floor lamp lighting! Globular style is one defining feature of the Kate Spade Saturday Floor Lamp from West Elm. Inspired by New York City subway entrance lamps this piece combines blackened metal and milky glass for a two-toned lighting solution that also serves as a conversation piece!
It was Nate Berkus who said “I hate sets. I’ve always hated sets. I think that if you have a dining room set break it up!” Hate might be a touch too strong a word but often dining room sets do indeed breed monotony and boredom.
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.
In more recent times lauded British industrial product designer Kenneth Grange created the noteworthy Type75™ a venerable addition to the Anglepoise® collection that finds particular favor with architects.
The Spar Junior table light designed by Jamie McLellan for New Zealand manufacturing company Resident is a scaled-down version of the original larger cantilevered Spar Floor Light. This minimal cantilevered table light has a spun aluminium shade that pivots on two axes so allowing light to be directed as required.