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.
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:
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.
Inspired by an array of design trends and developments from a renewed interest in urban living to the popularity of 20th century vintage furnishings RH CEO Gary Friedman has guided the brand toward a new venture that celebrates modern design in all of its bold clean-lined glory.
When brass meets hexagonal forms geo style comes alive. These Kline Hexagonal Pillar Candle Holders are also available in square and cylindrical styles. As you can see there’s power in numbers so don’t hesitate to display them in a group:
The ability of light to add perspective to cheer and buoy cannot be underestimated. Moreover the object from which light is diffused will inevitably impact upon its character as well as a room’s aesthetic. Ergo any light chosen for the home should be carefully considered: think about the design how it is made the materials used and where it will be placed.