Speak of space-savvy lighting and sconce always tend to spring to mind instantly as they require absolutely no foot space and are incredibly adaptable as well. Sconces in the bedroom trump pendants for when it comes to settings that are specifically crafted for bibliophiles and those who spend an hour or two each night glued to their iPads before sleep.
The long cables of the AIM become an essential part of its visual and give the pendants their signature look. Whether you wish to create a ‘cloud of lights’ hanging in the entryway or wish to just light up the reading nook and the dining space next to it with ease AIM gets it all done effortlessly.
The Tray table lamp was designed in 2011 by Swedish architect and designer Jonas Wagell for Swedish brand Bsweden. Made from glass and steel this bijou light (at just 26cm in height) serves a dual function: to provide both light and a place on which to set small items. Punctilious and practical Tray makes a perfect hallway or desk light.
Kitchen storage units are some of the first things we settle on while planning for a new kitchen. Wall-mounted kitchen cabinets with modular ease can transform your kitchen in an instant. But taking this to next level is under-cabinet LED strip lighting that allows you to easily place these custom cabinets just above the kitchen countertop in a small kitchen. For those short on vertical space or even looking for ways in which they can bring better task lighting to the kitchen counter LED strip lights offer a convenient and cost-effect option.
The iconic Lumiere table lamp was designed in 1990 by Italian architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni for Foscarini. Lumiere was the Italian lighting manufacturer’s first major success.
If the Mini Chandelier does not suit your fancy then you can always turn to the Etch pendant and combine a couple for a more cost-effective and less dramatic approach! You also have an added option of a black variant to choose from here.