Gone are the days when only table lamps and recessed lights found space in the bedroom. In today’s world minimal pendants are taking over the domain of bedside lighting as these minimal and gorgeous fixtures offer a space-savvy and innovative alternative.
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.
The Lento One pendant has an expressly Nordic countenance. Designed by Timo Niskanen founder of Finnish company Himmee Lento One belongs to a family of three pendants—the others named Two and Three. The collection was inspired by classic UFO cartoons and toys and each handsome pendant consists of a handblown opal glass diffuser with a changeable aluminium shade.
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 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.
His N-series pendants employ ‘rotational symmetry’ in their design and execution. The wood pendants are made using a stacked-lamination process and then sculpted by hand. The interiors of the N-Au pendants are wrapped in gold leaf diffusing a warm glow.