Presented at the Milan Furniture Fair 2012 the was inspired by a household object that had pretty much nothing to do with lighting. It is an imaginative and improvised take on a washbasin design and while its form might be easily recognizable the technology used in crafting Stewie is truly revolutionary.
The use of charcoal and copper give it a dark black exterior and a bright orange hue on the inside. Its understated look and graceful form ensure that it remains relevant even several years down the line.
Blue is one of the most popular colors when it comes to neon kitchen lighting as shown above in a space created byAyelet Designs. This radiant hue is colorful without being tacky mysterious without being spooky and classy without being uptight.
For a similar look but craftier and in white check out the Threaded Spica Light from Iacoli & McAllister. Among the many noteworthy traits of this standout pendant light is the amount of work involved in wrapping the frame with embroidery floss. This powder coated steel piece creates a white on white effect that makes threaded details truly stand out.