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.
What’s new in the realm of pendant lighting materials? Apparently plants! The Frida Pendant Light and Diego Pendant Light from CB2 bring a home thanks to the use of dyed and braided tropical palm. In fact these pieces are made by skilled artisans living in Southern Mexico.
Strips of wood entwined to create mesmerizing pendant lights is a trend that seems to be catching on with designers across the globe and both Anfora and Leonardo fit the billing perfectly. Comes from the impressive lineup of suspension lights from LZF that also include other knotty beauties such as Link and Nut and it comes in three different exclusive versions.
Sure it takes a bit more care to add a chandelier to the bathroom than the boring old can light but it is well worth the extra effort. And here are that tell you how you can do the same in a scintillating manner.
These custom lighting fixtures end up being mesmerizing focal points and instant conversation starters and you can even add a few flea market finds to give the interior a more vintage industrial style.
Adding a touch of geometric elegance to your interior the three lighting fixtures on display today promise to transform the ambiance of any room that they adorn. Part of the decor collection at Moooi each of these pendants brings something unique and exceptional while complementing the existing style and theme of your home.
We absolutely love suspension lights that bring along with them some and as they add a whole new dynamic to modern interiors dominated by simple straight lines. It is time to move away from the mundane and give your home a sparkling facelift with these dazzling suspended delights.
Spherical pendant lamps can’t help but evoke a sleek retro look. The Soneca Frosted Pendant Light from CB2 was designed by Robert and Cortney Novogratz. Its form was inspired by a pair of antique lamps the couple bought on their first trip to Brazil. A stainless steel fixture meets a frosted acrylic globe in an unforgettable combination of materials:
Despite its ‘over the top’ look the lighting fixture easily fits into settings that range from the minimal to the industrial and Agatha does add both color and visual contrast to any room it adorns.
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.
You may have acrylic furniture in your home but have you ever considered acrylic lighting solutions?! The Tube Top Floor Lamp from Room & Board is designed by Peter Stathis for Pablo Pardo. A mesh fabric shade is the icing on this beautifully designed cake. Though you may not be able to tell from the photos this lamp utilizes two bulbs for maximum shine.
Its design seems inherently simple yet it draws your attention instantly and can create a focal point in the room with ease. Sheets of wood veneer come together to create three waves that hold the lighting points.
Looking to add some lighting to your interior? One of the easiest ways to illuminate your space is to incorporate lamp lighting. give design enthusiasts a chance to make a sculptural statement. Plus the featured finds below really showcase some of today’s top trends such as minimalist lighting involving a single bulb.