Our final piece is the Dichroix 5-Light Square Pendant which features panels of glass covered with 15-50 coatings of metallic and silicon oxides. Due to clever construction an optical filter is created in which some wavelengths of light are transmitted while others are reflected. A satin nickel frame and dichroic glass shades are true highlights.
Supposedly inspired by the chimneys in Gaudi’s house project the lamp with its tiny honeycombs pattern seems to have a rather Asian ouch. Be it in a child or teenager room it is a strong and decorative presence gender neutral but with style and history.
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.
Choosing the lighting scheme for your bathroom could sound like an easy job but when you realize that the lamps you have chosen are not as powerful as you need them to be or they don’t cover the whole area you may want to reconsider and continue reading as we have some expert tips to.
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?
There’s nothing like a little neon lighting on the ceiling! Not only do white and blue LED neon lights illuminate the kitchen in the next featured image they appear in the dining area as ell. Note how white walls and cabinetry really allow the blue accents to shine in this modern space.