The kitchen is a showcase of modern design in itself. However it was and remains a working area which means that proper lighting should not be neglected. Same goes for your dining room if you want to see where you stick your fork.
They can be custom made but there are also large flat lamps even round-shaped which can be built-in to give the impression of illuminated ceiling. The light effect is rather general and even and very cutting-edge.
The textured surface is animated by the diffuse light from the inside. If you love this lamp you can also find its indoor version at Authentics. These lights are great for dark-fearing children so they don’t feel lonely at night. I myself have one. Spared me a lot of angst I daresay.
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.
Coral is the word! Well at least the appearance of coral. The Kiki Sconce from Moth Design has a white powder coat finish that highlights the organic form of the piece.
Reading lamps by the night stand are a must in any bedroom. They are practical objects which do not take up a lot of space. However there is a plethora of reading lamp designs from discreet built-1n ones to sculptural light objects that make up the atmosphere of a bedroom. Whether classic with shades or modern with elementary shapes and diffusing bodies there are many beautiful reading lamps to choose from. Here are eleven that we picked.