If your garden includes a small pond you can install small bollard lamps on the shore or even better ball-or blob shaped lamps that lie directly on the ground like glowing rocks. All the lamps used in this area have to be waterproof.
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.
Speaking of standouts the Etch Shade Brass light by Tom Dixon consists of digitally etched brass sheets. “Inspired by the logic of pure mathematics” this pendant light includes patterning that creates ornate shadows on the wall adding to the futuristic effect. Looking for something smaller? This piece can also be purchased as a candle holder!
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?
It’s time to get angular! Many of today’s most futuristic pendant lighting styles feature bold angles. Like the Stealth Pendant Lamp from Aarevalo shown below. A symmetrical origami-like design makes this piece undeniably unique as does its folded Perspex form.
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’.