When it comes to super-flexible pendant fixtures the AIM Suspension Light undoubtedly tops the list with sheer versatility. The uncanny design of AIM is essentially simple industrial and puts the focus firmly on ergonomics above aesthetics.
If you ever came across a you have surely noticed their special energy and unique light. They are said to have many positive effects and are often seen as almost spiritual. Made from a large salt crystal even if you don’t need a lamp with alleged “superpowers” the pink look of the salt crystal that glows in bright orange when it’s lit up is a special decor piece for any room of the house. Do salt lamps appeal to you but you’re not sure how they would work with your home’s interior? Let us walk you through some creative ideas of incorporating into your decor!
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.
The iconic Lumiere table lamp was designed in 1990 by Italian architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni for Foscarini. Lumiere was the Italian lighting manufacturer’s first major success.
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.
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.