The efficient and practical lighting for a normal tub and shower are pivoting LED spots which can be found in a large variety and range from expensive to very convenient ones. These spots can be easily directed towards different areas of your bathroom.
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?!
Its creator Ingo Schuppler tries to get across the principles of sustainable design and responsible choices in a creative fashion. The use of charcoal reminds us of our dependence on coal as the largest source of producing electricity across the globe.
Most people do tend to us the rule of threes pretty blindly when it comes to pendant lights over a kitchen island. But there is more to the number of pendant lights that one must utilize than this.
This voluminous and original floor lamp was designed by Barba Corsini in 1955 for “La Pedrera” house designed by architect Antonio Gaudi and later rediscovered by Danish Label Gubi.
Small floor lamps are also suited among your flower arrangements in the shapes of glowing rocks or long flexible glowing LED-tubes.