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.
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!
The delightful Baby Dome Lamp was designed by native New York designer Todd Bracher for Mater. With its timeless appeal the Baby Dome Lamp is a captivating luminaire.
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.
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.
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!