A creation by Johanna Grawunder the spot is not entirely industrial in its appearance like many other wall spots. It’s a very practical piece; it can be invisibly built-in or custom suspended on a track and its shade avoids glare. Rather original in shape the aluminum shade is available in shiny white chrome lacquered black and a pleasant lacquered green.
But don’t think that all neon kitchens are limited to one shade. White green and even red appear when you least expect them to! Check out the images below for ideas on how to incorporate “shimmering neon lights” into your kitchen…
“Neon lights shimmering neon lights and at the fall of night this [kitchen’s] made of light”… Before you really start to wonder why I’ve taken liberty with the lyrics to a Kraftwerk song from 1978 let me explain myself! Today’s post explores the vivid world of neon lighting in the kitchen. Some say this room is the heart of the home. So why not give it a fluorescent glow?
We can’t take our eyes off the striped neon lighting the next image which serves as a key feature in this kitchen designed by Toby Zack. White is an interesting choice for this ultra bright space. Sometimes monochromatic is the way to go don’t you think?!
Stewie from Family Guy is a character both known and loved across the globe. When Venetian designer decided to create a new floor lamp that had its own unique personality and presence he decided that it will follow the footsteps of ‘Stewie’.
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.