You can also combine a bollard light serving as actual orientation light with rather decorative wall appliqués with up- and downlight which only cast their shine effect upon the wall surface.
For a similar look but craftier and in white check out the Threaded Spica Light from Iacoli & McAllister. Among the many noteworthy traits of this standout pendant light is the amount of work involved in wrapping the frame with embroidery floss. This powder coated steel piece creates a white on white effect that makes threaded details truly stand out.
A little neon lighting goes a long way… In the next featured space a kitchen bar is awash with the lightest of neon blues. This subtle statement is echoed by a blue glass bowl on a nearby shelf.
Interested in adding a little bit of neon to your kitchen? What color would you choose? Blue? White? Green? Red? Another hue? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below…
This vivid original and modern pendant lamp was designed by Ferruccio Laviani. The round shade is made from 14 staggered elements that filter the light for ambient effect resembling a big sliced fruit.
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.