We start by showcasing neon lighting that illuminates the bars and islands of the kitchen. In fact many people relish the day when they can finally have a kitchen with an island. Who doesn’t love a little extra space for food preparation? Which is why a bit of lighting under the surface does its part to spotlight the culinary bar below.
Its simple and uncomplicated form means that you can hook it up and move it around as you please. The unique shape of the floor lamp also makes it as much an art installation as a lighting fixture.
Unlike your bedroom and living area a kitchen is a place where you get plenty of work done. This makes lighting an even more significant factor in this particular part of your home.
Created by designers Hopf und Wortmann Atomium is the kind of lamp that is appreciated by kids and teenagers boys and girls alike. It is organic minimalistic and asymmetrical. It can be regarded as sci-fi or hilarious and it works well as a light source in a toy corner or as a reading light on the nightstand.
The world of fashion and design move forward at a rapid pace and that inherently means that what is considered ‘in’ today can fade out pretty quickly. That is precisely why incorporating a ‘timeless’ décor of furniture items into your home’s design is such an essential part of ‘going green’.
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.