Defining an individual space in an open-plan layout can be both challenging and fun. Demarcating spaces without walls requires the use of various other elements such as smart shelves dropped ceilings area rugs and visually appealing pendant lights.
Today we take a look at three brilliant lamps that Lighyears has brought to this convention that puts stylish under the spotlight. Inspirational ingenious and even eco-friendly each of these lamps has an incandescent aura of its own!
There is no doubt that the Mouille creations look like at times and we mean that in a good way of course! Painting a truly spectacular visual the grand ceiling lights in the collection are an instant focal point in any room.
Crafted with a touch of eccentric brilliance by designer Laura Kirar the is all about making a bold visual statement without taking up too much visual space. Laura studied sculpture and interior architecture at The Art Institute of Chicago and the strong influence of this background shows in the beautiful design of the Caviar.
One of the great things about bringing home an accent lamp is the ergonomic convenience it offers. While painting an accent wall takes both time and effort you can simply move the lamp to a different room if you are not happy with its current place at any point in time. With table lamps this task becomes even simpler (unlike the case of pendant lights and large floor lamps)!
If you are lucky enough to own iconic lamps like the Isamu Noguchi creations then the room looks even more impressive. The classy table lamps above are not only sculptural and elegant they also lend a sense of serene oriental charm!