In a world that is dominated by clean and well defined straight lines and simple squares and rectangles it is a good idea to add some geometric and visual contrast by incorporating a pendant light with some beautiful curves.
If you are a bookworm who loves to catch up with a thrilling page-turner in bed like some of us do then the Serge Mouille sconces are the perfect choice. They are also great space-savers in small living rooms and kitchens where you need the right blend of functional and focused lighting. You can even opt for the inimitable Spider Sconce if you have a few thousand dollars to spare!
It is amazing how most people tend to look at both orange and red as risky colors to incorporate in a modern setting and yet most accent table lamps that you will ever stumble across seem to be draped in classy ‘burnt orange’.
If you have flipped through our many inspirational images in the recent past and all the contemporary homes showcased on then you are no stranger to the many lighting delights of Tom Dixon.
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)!
These almost alien-looking lamps are an ideal choice for those looking to add bedside lighting to their posh minimalist bedrooms. Taking up barely any space the sconces are available in several different versions that range from those with a single rotation arm to giants that spread out their 5 wafer-thin extensions that can be moved around with ease.