We end today’s post with a focus on brass accents from objets d’art to sink faucets. Below we see the Brass Offering Bowl inspired by “temple offering vessels”. The piece embraces the power of asymmetry:
Flowerpot Table Lamp VP3 designed by Verner Panton in 1969. Produced by &tradition. Image © &tradition. Flowerpot Table VP4 designed by Verner Panton in 1969. Produced by &tradition. Image © &tradition. Wood Lamp designed by TAF Architects. Produced by Muuto. Image © Muuto.
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.
Will you be adding spotlights to your interior in the near future? Tell us about your design plans by leaving a comment below… If you’re looking for a table or desk lamp that’s truly out of the ordinary and anything but bland look no further than the industrial style or steampunk trend!
For a sleek approach consider recessed spotlights which appear as brilliant circles in the ceiling rather than protruding lights. They are effective illuminators with an understated modern look.
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.