A similar look is achieved in the next featured powder room. Doesn’t the space look clean? The lighting adds to the overall shine of the room!
In-ground LED up-lights are becoming increasingly popular in the world of contemporary landscape design and a large part of it is because of the theatrical play between shadows and light that they create.
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.
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.
FJ Lamp designed by Finn Juhl in 1963. Produced by Onecollection. Image © House of FinnJuhl™. Birdy designed by Birger Dahl in 1952. Relaunched in 2013 by Northern Lighting. Image © Northern Lighting AS.
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.