In a world that is dominated by stunning chandeliers amazingly creative pendant lights and bold floor lamps the good ol’ table lamp might seem like a less fancy choice. But do not underestimate the value of a sturdy and elegant table lamp.
The large crystal chandelier at the heart of the dining room is far from the norm these days with homeowners gravitating towards more exciting inventive and at times colorful options. From dazzling pendants to DIY creations that usher in a quirky twist today we take a look at that surprise you with their lighting choices.
Petiole is a delightful birch wood and aluminium light crafted by Andreas Ferdinand Riise Bergsaker a Norwegian designer based in Copenhagen. Inspired by the oscillating bluebells found in Norway’s mountains Petiole’s shade can be moved in different directions.
There’s something about porcelain. Perhaps it’s the quality or the timelessness or the way the light can shine through it to cast a warm glow. It’s no wonder porcelain pendant lights are growing in popularity punctuating homes with their fine allure.
Some of our readers might wonder if a table lamp really has a style of its own and the answer is an emphatic yes. True often it is the shade that determines the overall appeal of the lamp but there are plenty of cases where the body of the lamp makes a huge difference and defines it.
The most beautiful and endearing aspect of Starck’s design is its unassuming honesty that is enriched by artistic flair giving each fixture a distinct identity of its own. Be it a slender floor lamp that fits in with the current hot trend of tripod lamps or exquisite pendants that leave you captivated it is easy to fall in love with these sparkling sensations.