Be it the color of the lampshade or that of the bulb itself a minute change in the hue and shade can alter the look of the bedroom completely. Warm and fuzzy white lights bring a sense of serenity and calmness and are great even for those passionate romantic evenings and nights.
One of the biggest advantages of the Serge Mouille arm lamps is that they not only occupy little foot space they also bring a sense of visual airiness to the space. Available in black and white hues the lamps also add a dash of metallic glint to pretty much any space that they adorn. First displayed in the from 1956 these super-slim lamps with their many arms are still making huge waves.
Yet many of these pendants also act as brilliant sculptural additions that turn heads even when they are not switched on! Today we take a look at a trio of such iconic lights that turn out to be showstoppers thanks to their exceptional design and timeless form.
Equipped with rotating arms and heads these range from the modest three-arm ceiling lamp to the amazing 7-arm spider ceiling lamp that promises to serve all your lighting needs. Thanks to the flexible heads and arms you can switch between ambient and focused lighting with ease and a single fixture can serve you in more ways than one.
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.
In case of a more traditional stairs uncomplicated and crisp straight lines get the job done. Choose wisely as that this one chandelier will completely alter the dynamic of the entrance and the landing areas of the staircase on every level.