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.
Recessed ground lighting in the yard is often the ideal option for homeowners who want a relaxing stylish and dreamy ambiance. The central courtyard below achieves all this but also goes on to use the lights themselves as an interesting feature. The illumination of the gray wall brings a certain refinement to the entire yard even if the lights are not highlighting any unique natural feature or group of plants!
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!
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.
Using spotlights in the bedroom and powder room can add a soft touch creating just the right amount of drama without being overpowering. Wooden beams hold the spotlights below in this showpiece of a sleeping space.
You can also mount spotlights to ceiling beams and trusses for added drama as shown in the expansive living area below. Don’t fret if you’re conflicted about mounting lights directly to your ceiling.