We begin with round lighting as we showcase the Meltdown Lamp from Cappellini a piece that consists of glass hand blown into a mold. Striking shades like gray pink and amber add bold color which is particularly intriguing when these items are displayed in a group for a cluster effect. But don’t hesitate to suspend a single pendant light on its own to channel the power of one.
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.
Pendant lights seem like natural and expected additions to any modern kitchen. When used in the right manner they transform even an old and dingy space into a bright and beautiful area. Few décor additions give such a distinctive personality makeover with such relative ease. So are you tempted to see your kitchen in a whole new light?
The popular table lamp designed Arne Jacobsen in 1957 is stylish and simple comes in a variety of colors like pastel green red dark blue black white. Its practical shade can be swiveled and it is suited onto any desk be it for reading or schoolwork.