In-ground LED up-lights are becoming increasingly popular in the world of contemporary landscape design and a large part of it is because of the theatrical play between shadows and light that they create.
A rather dapper little lamp Carronade is made using matte black painted steel and American walnut with smart brass details. With its rotatable spotlight the Carronade lamp is as versatile as it is elegant. Simply place it on a table or mount it on a wall.
Below we see recessed spotlights in a powder room filled with white and wooden tones. The feel is clean and modern with a warm glow of course!
The manner in which light is applied will have an impact upon the warmth of a space its atmosphere and personality. In achieving a cozy Nordic feel it is best to choose lighting with an affable form and disposition.
Bellevue Floor Lamp AJ2 designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1929. Produced by &tradition. Image © &tradition. Copenhagen Pendent SC6 designed by Space Copenhagen. Produced by &tradition. Image © &tradition. Up lamp designed by Mattias Ståhlbom of TAF Architects. Produced by Muuto. Image © Muuto. Part of the Tribeca series designed by Søren Rose Studio. Image © Søren Rose Studio.
A substantial base makes all the difference. This Wythe Live-Edge Rectangular Dining Table is inspired by late 1970s postmodernism. Polished brass is the perfect choice for a base featuring rectangular supports: