The Mobil pendant is created from the connection of parts: the Mobil 70 is built with three connecting parts and the Mobil 100 with four parts. Designed by Monika Mulder for Swedish design brand Pholc the Mobil pendant has something of a New York air: Mulder was inspired to create a lamp that would look great in a New York loft. The Mobil 70 and 100 pendants are available in black brass and nickel finishes each with opal glass shades.
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.
Swirl was inspired by Slaatto’s interest in nature and mathematical principles: for that reason the design incorporates the idea of a snail’s shell and the designer’s fascination with ‘fractals’ (one to google).
Then there are metallic minimal pendants bringing subtle textural contrast plenty of brightness even while disappearing into the backdrop during daytime! When it comes to minimal pendants it is all about finding that precise balance between ergonomics aesthetics and trendy panache without seeming too sterile.
The top kitchen cabinets can so easily get cluttered or make our cooking space look too dark because they reach all the way to the ceiling not leaving much airiness in the room. Placing some salt lamps in the top cabinets is a great way to tackle both of those problems at once!
Want to give bedroom a smart geometric focal point without having the change the backdrop? Exquisite pendants that bring geo patterns ranging from the simple triangle to complex polygons are the perfect way to do precisely that.