When top designers across the world are getting creating with pendant and bedside lamp designs why should you fall behind when it comes to using them in the bedroom! Get creating this spring and summer by combining a table lamp on one side of the bed with pendant light or floor lamp on the other to paint of picture of quirky contrast. LED strip lighting that is built into the bed frame is also a fun option for those who do not want too much accent of task lighting and would prefer a more moody romantic bedroom.
Dedicating a special corner only to your favorite decorative pieces is a very smart idea to tackle the problem of unused spaces within your home. It can be in the entryway hallway at the top of the stairs or simply that unused corner inside of your room that you’ve always been meaning to fill. All you need is a table a salt lamp and any other decor piece that is near and dear to your heart!
Since the salt lamp is made from a natural Himalayan salt crystal you can place it among your other nature’s gems that are decorating your home allowing it to complement the living greens. It’s a really creative idea showcased at Urban Outfitters.
Designed by Malin Sköld for Bsweden the Siluett table lamp expresses a classic lamp outline in three-dimensional form. The prepossessing Ray table lamp was designed by Danish design studio PEDERJESSEN as part of a collection for Danish brand Mater.
Here’s a slightly different spin on the idea mentioned above! Don’t have glass cabinets? Put the salt lamps on top of the cabinet structure and watch how the subtle lighting makes your entire kitchen glow in yellow light!
Ray combines oak and steel to create a light that is both minimal and magnetic. The FSC-certified oak globe shade is fixed inside the Ray lamp’s steel shell using magnets allowing the user to change the direction of light.