Designed by Alberto Lievore Jannette Altherre and Manel Molina the spot Cono by Vibia provides direct and subtle ambient lighting and can be swiveled for directing the light. Compact yet slim it is available in black white and green.
Also small pendant lamps in simple shapes and in groups of 3 are more appropriate than large pendant lamps. Also you must make sure you only employ waterproof pendant lamps in this area.
Blue-green is a perfect hue for the radiant space below. Lighting under kitchen cabinetry creates a fluorescent backsplash that helps set the color palette in the rest of the house. We’re crazy about the interplay of aqua green lighting with the prominent red coffee table in the nearby living room.
Some companies have also designed floating lamps for garden ponds in various shapes. They are very special accessories you’re your garden and create a beautiful dreamy atmosphere.
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.
For a similar look in a fiery hue check out the Fluoro Light by Tom Dixon. This light is “inspired by the high visibility clothing worn in industrious factory environments” and we’re crazy about its vibrant color. In fact the piece consists of blow-molded polycarbonate that is externally lacquered in a vibrant shade of fluorescent orange. Hang it alone or in a group as shown below: