The Cloche lamp by young Norwegian designer Lars Beller Fjetland exudes grace control and charm as profiled in its striking 1930s industrial-esque form. Produced by Wrong for Hay the poetic design of the Cloche explores beauty weight and balance through an off-set cast-iron base black powder-coated stem and shade (in matte white matte black or polished copper).
It was only a matter of time before entered the realm of pendant lighting. And the Crystal Pendant below puts a faceted spin on a material that is often seen as outdated or traditional. Which is exactly what makes this piece from West Elm so alluring!
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.
It is lighting that makes or breaks the appeal of an interior and with a simple change in the lighting scheme you can completely alter the ambiance of a home. This is probably one of the reasons for the wide range of lighting options that designers constantly seem to unleash.
Crafted from fibreglass soaked in epoxy resin the Non Random Light is for those who would want to create an instant focal point in the room without a major overhaul. While the light is most often used in kitchens and dining rooms it is also a great choice for those looking to give bedside lighting an ingenious space-saving twist.
In the glittering world of chandeliers those delicate cascading designs that seem to precariously float in mid-air are the absolute kings! Cascading chandeliers have topped the trend charts in the recent past and adding one to your stunning master bathroom could well be the perfect way to complete it.