The Nelson pendant lights are also classics that never seem to go out of style. These famous Mid-Century modern pieces look like giant Japanese paper lanterns floating precariously from ceiling. And speaking of Japanese lighting there is the choice of opting for the sculptural Isamu Noguchi creations which are equally spellbinding!
It was in 1953 that he made the first of the famous original arm lamps which are now sought-after collectibles across the globe. At home in pretty much any setting these audacious and polished lighting fixtures are both dramatic and minimal!
We generally tend to relegate ourselves to the use of an accent wall to usher in a bright shade when there are other attractive and far more ergonomic ways of doing so. Throw pillows and accent fabrics are two such cool options that allow you to shift between hot seasonal design trends with ease. An accent lamp is another great option for those looking for solutions beyond the obvious.
Sconces might not be as popular or as visible as the dazzling chandeliers and pendants in general. But when it comes to the Serge Mouille collection of sconces it is all about simple elegance making a bold visual statement.
A sleek and shiny and sculptural will also be a part of the Club collection. Borrowing from the ’60s and ’70s each of these creations boasts a mirrored golden tint that helps in painting a picture of affluence and sophistication.
It’s that time of the year again when we dig into the many lighting and furniture marvels that are on display at the iconic Stockholm Design Week and the Furniture & Light Fair. This annual event that showcases the very best of Scandinavian design and decor has become an integral part of the image of this beautiful city.