When you sit in your comfortable reading nook at the end of a long day reading your favorite book in the gentle glow of a salt lamp you will know you have a made a really brilliant and functional decor decision!
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 more you think outside of the box with the shape of your salt lamp the more noticeable and markant it’s going to be. This pyramid salt lamp definitely has the power to act as a core decor element in any room drawing all the focus to itself!
Melt from Tom Dixon is much more than just a lighting fixture. It is a work of art in metal and its simply spellbinding form draws you in instantly. The unique pendant is in the form of a distorted sphere and has a sparkling mirror finish when it is switched off. Turn it on and you get a completely different aesthetic with a translucent globe in copper gold or chrome.
Wood is a wonderfully warm material diffusing light with a soft and welcoming glow. With its unfussy form the Teelo 8020 is a simple elegant lamp from Finnish lighting brand Secto Design. Handmade by skilled craftsmen in Finland Teelo is constructed using PEFC-certified form-pressed birch or walnut veneer.
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.