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:
The Marble Light with marble floor weight designed by Studio Vit. Produced by &tradition. Image © &tradition. Elements designed by Note. Image © Note Design Studio. Growlight designed by Hallgeir Homstvedt. Image © Hallgeir Homstvedt. w153 Île designed by Inga Sempé. Produced by Wästberg. Image © Wästberg.
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.
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.
From chandeliers to tabletop lighting the Dixon Table Lamp (pictured on either side of the bed below) channels ’50s minimalist style. Designed by Thomas O’Brien this columnar lamp celebrates the beautiful pairing of brass and geometry:
Spotlights in the kitchen can shed some light on your cooking endeavors and they have the power to shape the look of the space. For example below we see spotlights on tracks and they add an industrial feel to the room.