The Cesta table and floor lamp was designed by Miguel Milá in 1962. This Spanish design classic is from Santa & Cole an independent editor of well-designed wares.
Simplicity never fails to amaze and seems to stand the test of time as well! Forgotten largely since the effervescent 60’s and the colorful 70’s the is making a comeback of sorts in the last few years. Yes the renewed interest in adaptive reuse of structures and industrial style has helped immensely.
Beautiful pendants with twin-toned finish like those unveiled by Loyra Mobiliario at Salone del Mobile 2017 combine visual and textural contrast with modern minimalism to offer the best of both worlds.
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!
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’.
The salt lamp can become a part of your unwinding routine as you sit in your comfortable armchair and let go of the day. It is such a marvelous addition to a space decorated in beige tones; it brightens them up and adds radiance!