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5 Practical Lighting Ideas For Your Closet

Tue, Dec 16, 2014 | Lights

If you have a closet at home, lighting is a very important thing for it: without it organization is much more difficult and you won’t want to get dressed in such a gloomy space. Finding practical ways to light a closet is always a challenge, regardless of its dimensions. Here are some cool practical ideas that you can use for your closet. LED lights....Continue Reading...

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Shape Up Lighting Bringing Dynamic Spatial Harmony

Wed, Oct 1, 2014 | Lamps, Lights

Shape Up Lighting by Ladies & Gentlemen Studio is a celebration of geometric shapes, and materials. The abstracted lampshade forms, some made of hand-blown glass by glass designer John Hogan, are networked via connecting cords and hubs. Versatile, the pendant lighting has four primary shade shapes: metal cone, glass sphere, cylinder, and arc. When...Continue Reading...

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Beaded Colour Cup Lampshade For Bulbs

Mon, Sep 22, 2014 | Decorating, Lights

Would you like to give your usual bulb some pops of color? It’s easy to do that with these Colour Cups by Margrethe Odgaard. These are beaded caps for light bulbs, tiny, minimalist lampshades. Made of glass beads, the shade has the ability to let light through and color it, while covering the bulb as a second skin. Colour Cup is the result of a workshop...Continue Reading...

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Industiral Link Mini Pendant Lights Collection

Thu, Aug 14, 2014 | Lamps, Lights

What I like about modern design is that creators see beautiful in ordinary things, and this lamp series is no exclusion. Link Mini Pendant is a series of lighting featuring a hand-blown glass shade that complement the lighting’s sculptural design, adding an element of sparkle and color to this slightly industrial-styled fixture. The glass is set into the...Continue Reading...

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Current Lighting Trend: 25 Modern Cage Lamps

Wed, Aug 6, 2014 | Lamps, Lights

One of the latest lighting trends today is caged lamps but not traditional ones: designers are combining the usual industrial lamp with new materials, colors and finishes to create contemporary lighting fixtures. Inspired by and named after Bluff City, Jonah Takagi’s industrial but refined Bluff City pendants combine a traditional pendant shade with a...Continue Reading...

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Bio Mass Lights Made From Real Tree Branches

Thu, Oct 31, 2013 | Going Green, Lamps, Lights

Furniture and decor designer Jay Watson decided to make a piece featuring features a main ingredient that is literally from right in his own backyard – tree branches. He picked some of them from his own property to drill out and fit the latest kind of low-energy-use LED inside with an exit through the bottom, resulting in a hanging light with preserved...Continue Reading...

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Industrial SEAM Light Of Polymer Plaster

Fri, Oct 18, 2013 | Lamps, Lights

DIY-rotational molding machine is an unusual instrument for making designers’ lights but not for this SEAM light. The design was originally a test but designer Annika Frye liked it. . A mold is filled with the plaster and then rotated; due to the rotation the plaster sticks to all parts of the mold and a wall thickness emerges. The seam of the molding...Continue Reading...

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Creative Peel Wall Light Hidden In The Corner Of the Wall

Thu, Sep 12, 2013 | Lights

YOY, a Tokyo based design studio, created a new light concept that allows not to bother of the lamp design. This wall light is called Peel and looks as if a corner of a wall were peeling and light was leaking therefrom – so now you understand its name. The light is held in place by a wall-mounted steel bracket and covered with a magnetic fabric diffuser....Continue Reading...

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Folded Lighting Collection Inspired By Origami Art

Fri, Aug 2, 2013 | Lamps, Lights

Origami is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, which started in the 17th century AD at the latest and was popularized outside of Japan in the mid-1900s. This art inspired Israeli product designer Ariel Zuckerman for creating an interesting lighting collection called Folded. The designer applied the techniques such as folding, stretching and...Continue Reading...

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Play Lighting Fixture For Leaving Messages

Wed, Jun 26, 2013 | Lights

Designer Óscar Rubio sees design pieces as a communicative means, that’s why he created Play Light. Actually, this is a lighting fixture that hardly illuminates but commentates to become an integral part of its owner’s social journey. The collection includes of pendant, table and floor aluminum lampshades, which have been perforated with round holes in...Continue Reading...

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