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.
If you have a large wellness bathroom you can also resort to lighting fantasies such as pendant lamps especially hung over a sunken hot tub especially since there’s no danger of knocking your head against it.
Sleek and stylish pendant lights can complement your kitchen’s Shaker Cabinets which disappear into the walls. There are others that match the metallic tinges of aluminum surfaces and shiny kitchen countertops to offer a sense of continuity. An essential thing to remember is that there is no ‘one solution that fits all’.
Also from Tom Dixon is the Mirror Ball lighting featured in the next image. Inspired by a space helmet each light consists of a thin layer of metal that’s exploded onto the internal surface of a polycarbonate globe. This lighting is available in a range of sizes and as you can see in the image below variety can be the key to true design magic: