Designed by Jonathan Browning the Cannele Linnear Chandelier represents sleek lighting at its finest. Featuring slim hurricanes and Edison bulbs the chandelier is a sculptural statement with a warm glow:
Spotlights are perfect for powder rooms without windows. Use them over the sink for illumination that adds clarity to your morning routine.
HGTV featured this genius idea of using an Edison bulb with a beaker for a dorm room desk lamp. Or instead of a beaker how about a mason jar? ThePinkToolBox on Etsy has them.
Like the old projector turned new lamp shown above there are all sorts of other cool finds you can turn into lamps. The possibilities are literally endless. For instance have a look at this vintage coffee grinder lamp from VintageLightCo on Etsy.
Recyclart featured one that makes use of an old green glass insulator. Here’s one from Fab.com that makes use of a pre-prohibition beer bottle and a vintage facuet handle. How’s that for a unique look?!
Playing with the position and place of a light will ensure the optimum level of warmth is attained. You might for example set a pendant on a table and a table lamp upon the floor. Lamps that include a dimmer will enable greater control of mood contrast contours and shadows.