We end with a truly vintage piece. The French Art Deco sconces from 1stdibs )shown below) are made from frosted glass. From the 1930s these glamorous geometric pieces originally shone in an English hotel: Do you have sconces in your home? Where are they located? Tell us about their form and function by leaving a comment below…
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.
One of the most popular Artemide products Aqua Cil was designed by Ross Lovegrove as a re-interpretation of the classic shade lamp. It has no diffuse component but it does give off direct and indirect (upward and downward) lighting. It distinguishes itself through the liquid metal shade that comes in orange chrome and blue stylish with a touch of industrial.
Don’t be afraid to express your personal style with floor lamps. The beauty of these functional design elements is the opportunity to let yourself shine through. From sleek and modern to eclectic and traditional there is no limit to the design styles available in floor lamp options.
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.
The apartment’s terrace was designed to provide those who live here a close involvement with nature by placing a wonderful garden which completes the luxurious image of this breathtaking apartment.