The Plera pendant lamp by Enrico Zanola is a ceramic suspension lamp with a touch of wood along the rim. Designed in 2012 this minimalist piece is available in a range of tones including white (pictured below): Say hello to Sospensioni…Issima! a glossy pink pendant lamp designed by Sam Baron via Bosa. Modern forms have never been so sleek. Or rosy!
The colorful eclectic and extraordinary world of pendant lights offers an unending bounty of glittering delights. While some seem trendy and cool others combine exclusive design values and distinctive style to offer the ultimate masterpieces.
We start off with the glitzy and glamorous . Available in two different sizes this is an absolute showstopper that combines wonderful diffused lighting with adequate task lighting.
From holes to seeds…the Porcelain Seedlamp from Etsy shop Lightexture combines a cylindrical form with voided traces of rice or barley and quinoa seeds embedded before the porcelain was fired. We’ve seen plenty of examples of glowing translucent porcelain in today’s post but here’s the tone of these pendants when not illuminated:
The diameter of the lampshade should be at least 2 inches less than the length of its body and the drum shade is definitely the safest choice out there. The narrower the base of the shade the less will be the illuminated area; consider this arc before you make a purchase.
The w152 Busby lamp is the result of a collaboration between Swedish lighting company Wästberg and British design office Industrial Facility. An electronic lamp (as opposed to a mere electrical light) the w152 Busby combines three USB outlets making it the perfect companion for our modern-day demands.