The beautiful white form of the Nelson pendants ensures that fit in seamlessly in a modern world that is consumed by neutral shades. The many forms of these lights include the Ball the Saucer the Apple the Pear the Lantern and the Cigar. Simple names uncomplicated design and effective result that blends aesthetics and ergonomics; another trademark furnishing from the George Nelson stable!
Not to mention the color seems to fit in organically with most modern bedroom and living room themes that range from the nautical and the coastal to the tropical and the Mediterranean. An accent table lamp in aqua teal turquoise or even robin’s egg looks simply stunning when placed in a tranquil bedroom.
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.
Despite their nonchalant and whimsical approach the Serge Mouille lamps are all business! Since the great man spent endless hours crafting many lamps on his own a true original is well worth a 6-figure check!
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.
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.