There’s something both retro and modern about Mirror Ball Gold which is no surprise considering this lighting was originally inspired by disco balls and space helmets. To apply shine to this piece a thin layer of metal is vaporized onto the inside surface of the globe.
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!
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.
Another popular design trend: mixed materials! That’s one reason this Crane Floor Lamp from CB2 is so on-trend. Designed by Paul Isabella the lamp features an abundance of two-toned style created by a strong contrast of matte black and sleek brass. Check out the shade’s brass interior!
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.
Yet we are time and again fettered by convention and a lack of imagination. Good design in a workspace will augment our creative vision bolstering expression passion communication and professionalism.