As you get deeper into decorating your home you will realize that it is the tiny details that end up making the biggest difference. While the style theme and color scheme of the room define it it is lighting that ultimately sets the mood and creates an ambiance of your choice.
Few designers across the globe have a profile that is as diverse and delightful as Philippe Starck. he says and that is exactly what we get as he constantly aims to reinvent styles reimagine spaces and create a wonderful fusion of the intelligent and the casual!
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 materials used in crafting a light are equally important: wood glass and metals are all worthy of note. When a lamp engenders a smile and arouses emotion in a person it is undoubtedly meant to be.
While this porcelain and enamel pendant lamp is antique it has the power to thrive in industrial modern kitchens. The piece sold via Preservation Station (and is no longer available) but don’t hesitate to hunt down your own pendant lamp treasure. They’re out there!
Theia by German-born designer Mathias Hahn for Marset takes its name from the Greek goddess Theia mother of Helios (the Sun) Selene (the Moon) and Eos (the Dawn). With two faces – two half-spheres – Theia swivels around a central axis for use as a reading / task lamp or to create a warming ambience when projected against a surface. Merging light and shadow Theia is a graceful and poetic contemporary light with nuances of midcentury modern styling.