Lamps for the garden are surely not among the priorities when designing your dream home. However as opposed to indoor lamps outdoor ones are very easy to plan and install later on.
Presented at the Milan Furniture Fair 2012 the was inspired by a household object that had pretty much nothing to do with lighting. It is an imaginative and improvised take on a washbasin design and while its form might be easily recognizable the technology used in crafting Stewie is truly revolutionary.
They not only give you the right illumination that allows you to get the work done on the kitchen countertop but also act as great décor additions even during daytime. When natural ventilation takes over pendant lights still seem to retain their enigmatic charm. Here are some interesting and exception design ideas and inspirations that will hopefully spur you to add pendant lighting above your kitchen island as well.
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:
A cute and purist lamp Cono is the perfect solution for reading light at bunk beds. Wall lamps or lamps built in the bed headboard for reading are practical and become an increasing trend but they have to be carefully pre-planned.
First rule to apply is different light positions for different functions and situations. Although we do not take down the central ceiling lamp completely its role is diminished in a modern lighting scheme.