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:
A common mistake that most of us commit here is to use too many in-floor lights which turns the lovely living room or the hallway into a less attractive ‘airline runway-style’ setting. Avoid this mistake by being more frugal with recessed ground lights and spacing them out sensibly.
En Salmón Mostaza is a newly established design studio headquartered in Barcelona. With its Ophelia lamp users are able to create an atmosphere to suit their mood by adjusting the rotatable screens. A simple yet wholly effective concept.
Of course you’ll have to really like the look of Edison-style bulbs pipes and old machinery parts too because that’s what these lamps are all about. Whether you need to light up a side table in your living room or study long into the night at your office desk these unique and one-of-a-kind lamps will be sure to leave you feeling inspired.
With any Nordic aesthetic you will find that sustainability quality and smart elegance play an important role. Shapes are often organic and poetic finding inspiration in nature.
When it comes to the type of lamp that has a lamp shade industrial design gets quite creative to reinvent the look. Check out this first lamp featured on DIY Network which uses a wire shade and a stack of old books for the base.