Speaking of innovative salt lamps these lit up salt crystal pieces within a wire basket create a salt lamp installation like none other making it a go-to element when you are in need of a fabulous finishing touch!
The world of pendants is as perplexing as it is captivating with each year bringing new trends designs and creative fixtures that outdo their predecessors. The hardest part is often choosing the right pendant lights for your home or office. Making the task difficult is undoubtedly the wide array of choices on offer.
Looking for a way in which you can alter the ambiance of a bedroom without plunging yourself in a major decorating revamp. Then lighting fixtures are undoubtedly the best option! Lighting can dramatically alter the appeal of an interior without trying too hard and you will not have to do anything drastically different in regards to the theme color scheme of the room or even the placement of décor.
The origins of Danish lighting company Le Klint stem from the early 20th century. At that time architect Peder Vilhelm Jensen-Klint designed a hand-pleated lampshade folded to fit a paraffin lamp; friends and family worked on refining the shade. In 1943 Le Klint became a bona fide company led by Tage Klint.
These ultra-modern lamps definitely feel like sculptural additions and demand as much attention when they are switched off during the day time as the do after sunset. Once again you can free up the space on the bedside table of nightstand by removing the need for a table lamp while also benefiting from the style upgrade.
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.