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.
Looking for something far less extravagant and more traditional? The small glass chandelier is a classic that never seems to fail and it is as much at home in posh contemporary bathrooms as it is in those with vintage style.
We have already been treated to two dazzling beauties from Le Klint this year in the form of the whimsical Swirl and the slender Mutatio. Yet it is the captivating that the company calls its ! Elegant minimal and mesmerizing the gorgeous series contains a floor lamp and three different pendant lamps that aim to redefine your home.
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 lovely lighting fixture blends a touch of rustic beauty with unabashed contemporary aesthetics to offer the best of both worlds. Made from a metal wire frame and ultra-thin suspension wire the leaves of the Heracleum can be rotated easily to achieve a range of varied configurations. Add to this the energy-saving magic of LED lights and you have a winner in every sense of the word.
Crafted by the French designer Aurélien Barbry the lamps in the series feature a carefully placed brass detail that ensures they look trendy even in an industrial space. Available in black and grey the floor lamp version of takes up very little space and allows you to turn even the smallest living room corner into a lovely reading nook.