Accessories Published by Niklas Larsen, Tuesday, January 03rd 2017, 10:27:09 AM.
These modern lamp shades come in unconventional material, wood. This “Shio” lamp is constructed using laminated wood planks arranged one by one. Some of the wooden planks are longer than others to form its legs. The spaces between the wood allow the lights to permeate through the woods and illuminated the room. The lights also comes with dimmer option, allow you to create any atmosphere you want. There are various colors available, white, wenge or yellow and these lamps also come in various models. You can choose a table lamp, floor model, wall lamp or two sizes of suspension lamp. You can put one of them to create an unexpected touch in any-style room. Designer: Arturo Alvarez.
There’s another beautiful decorative lamp here. The lamp is designed by Werner Aisslinger for DAB, a spanish company. The material this lamp used is not transparent, translucent or anything that can glow easily. Instead, the designer Werner Aisslinger sliced the solid shade to (allow light to permeate) let the light lit and illuminate its surroundings. The lamp’s interior is painted in gold that looks as a good contrast with white or black lacquered finishes for the exterior. This lamp, the “Tree” lamp is also available in suspension model giving you more freedom in using this lamp. There are two sizes available, 55 cm and 65 cm diameters.
These small suspension lamps have cable-locking feature that enable you to hang these lights at a different height and have an ability to angle them at any angle creating a sparkling lights that ”drop” from the ceiling, shining from different positions like stars on the sky. Dubbed the light’s name the “Falling Star”. Designed by Tobias Grau, this ultra modern looking lamp features LED bulbs contained within a compact chromed enclosure. Apart from the suspension model, there are scone, table and floor lamp designs available. You could also use these lights to highlight any interesting spot in your interior.
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