Brilliant lamps to brighten your home!
Are you looking for an original way to make your home both brighter and more eye-catching or simply to bring a little more magic to a room? The following is a selection of light fixtures found on the Web that will surely inspire you.
Ash Pendant Lamp, Tom Raffield
[photo via Tom Raffield]
Disc, Marc van der Voom
This light fixture appears to have come straight out of a science fiction film. Made with two simple translucent bowl-shaped discs held together by 60 metres of string, its simple design has an impressive impact on the room’s decor.
[photo via Marc van der Voom]
Tea Cup Lamp, Jan Bernstein
This is a bold creation for a kitchen: a lamp shaped like a teacup, with a tea bag for a switch!
[photo via Jan Bernstein]
The Carbon 451 Lamp, Marcus Tremonto
A revolutionary lamp that uses the cutting-edge technologies of carbon fibre and electroluminescent paper.
[photo via Contemporist]
A futuristic lamp with an unusual design inspired by nature and trees, its luminous ends can be adjusted to create different ambiances in a room.
[photo via idbest]
The World Right Way Up, Benoit Vieubeld
For travel enthusiasts or big dreamers, this remarkable masterpiece is two metres long and flaunts 15 globes!
[photo via EkoSpot]
Light Drop, Rafael Morgan
This Brazilian designer takes the decorative light fixture to a higher level with his latest creation using lamps shaped like drops of water. Just like a faucet, its unique and mysterious light intensity is controlled with a turn of the tap. Easy to picture on a hallway wall to light your way in the evening.
[photo via Raphael Morgan]
LULL Lamp, Varmo | Kollstad | Buene
With an intensity that varies throughout the day, this is the very first “living” lamp inspired by a flower. It could work as a night-light for children, as it turns down at night to give off a warm and subdued glow but shines brightly in the morning.
[photo via Lull]
Wire Birds, Eos México
Those who appreciate design that is a little out of the ordinary will be pleased to discover this creation by a group of Mexican designers who were inspired by the suburbs and their surrounding fauna. A concept that you may want to recreate in your own home.
[photo via The Archtivist]
Tall & Tiny, Alice Rosignoli
Last but not least is our final suggestion, a lamp that could be described as purist, designed using adhesive tape and a bulb holder. Certain to please those who have little space in their home!
[photo via Cribcandy]