There is something innately captivating and timeless about the many designs produced in this golden era. Crafted with great care and unassuming brilliance the ingenious lamps of are part of this exclusive club and they are still as popular as ever.
All the three lamps on display today bring something new to the table and the offers a blend of metal and polypropylene that has been brought together in inimitable style by Morten Voss. This elegant pendant lamp looks like a lovely orb that is gently floating in the air with sophistication and flair.
Today we limit ourselves to browsing through the brilliant array of accent table lamps and the many magical shades that they arrive in. While dazzling modern pendant lights are all the fancy currently table lamps have an innate nostalgic appeal that is undeniable and irresistible. Add a dash of invigorating color and they become instant showstoppers! So flip through these colorful inspirations before deciding on what is best for your own home…
Crafted by Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto in 2005 this serves both as an elaborate pendant and a simple chandelier. If you are looking for the best of both those worlds then the Caboche is a pretty amazing compromise!
Orange with turquoise is a color combination that is one of the hottest trends of the season and is here to stay. If you are using orange accent lamps then couple them with turquoise fabric and pillow accents and vice-versa to bring home a playful and trendy vibe.
But the Serge Mouille floor lamps seem to defy this trend and along with the classic Arco they are arguably the most sough-after lamps in the genre. It is not too hard to understand why once you take a look at this petite creation. Crafted by Mouille as an austere response to the plethora of bourgeois Italian lamps flooding the market in the mid-’50s the metallic delight is arguably the