Its versatility indulges any reading position which makes it very practical. The small diffusing shade is useful in preventing the light from reaching the other side of the bed in case the other person is sleeping.
Making a wonderfully-overstated appearance this lamp is made up of small halogen pins on a large bundle of hand wrapped aluminum wire. Enzo Catellani the designer was inspired in the lamp’s design by tumbleweeds rolling about in the Mexican deserts. The glowing tumbleweed comes in 5 sizes the largest with a 90 cm diameter and brings a luxurious and pleasant atmosphere to the garden.
Almost futuristic this deconstructive table (or wall) lamp from Artemide was designed by Gio Ponti and resembles nothing of a classical table lamp. The highly geometric almost digitalized shape consists of rectangular lacquered steel elements on a frame acting as a deconstructed shade and concentrating the light between them like on a miniature stage.
One popular sconce location is the powder room — flanking the sink. Yet sconces can appear in a variety of other key areas such as on either side of a bed or a living room sofa.
One of my personal favorites the pendant lamp Dandelion was designed by Richard Hutten in 2004. Its technical details read as intricate design of laser-cut steel with white powder coat finish but the result is endless ethereal and feminine poetry.
Most people use their bathroom to get ready for the day and count on task lighting to see in the mirror and accurately help with grooming and daily wellness routines. Ensure the task lighting you choose is directional – either up or down and casts a light that is strong without glare.