Verner Panton’s FlowerPot pendant is the perfect throwback to a pop-influenced flower power generation. Designed in 1971 the FlowerPot pendant is a younger sibling to Panton’s 1969 FlowerPot table lamp. The FlowerPot’s appeal lies in its harmonious design with two semicircular spheres facing one another. Today astute Danish brand &tradition has reintroduced the FlowerPot pendant to a new generation of design-savvy ‘flower people’.
Living room is the space that usually holds the majority of the home’s decorative lighting. However subtle a salt lamp can become a very important part of the interior. Its decorative value will not be overlooked when the orange glow welcomes you every time you step into the room.
Strip lights also allow you to illuminate each individual floating shelf and even the lowest of them all is perfectly lit eliminating any prospect of ugly shadows. Whether you are displaying fancy china or just fashioning a beautiful backdrop LED strip lights and open kitchen shelves is a match made in design haven!
Several different individual lights hung using ‘extra-long’ cables shape this ingenious lighting fixture designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for . This allows you to use the lights in any way shape or form and gives you great flexibility when it is time to redecorate the living room or dining space.
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!
His N-series pendants employ ‘rotational symmetry’ in their design and execution. The wood pendants are made using a stacked-lamination process and then sculpted by hand. The interiors of the N-Au pendants are wrapped in gold leaf diffusing a warm glow.