Everyone wishes to show inspired, fancy and welcoming objects in their carefully planned living room. In our contemproary age, lamps have overcome their entirely practical and technical purpose and can help us achieve just this. They are visually and effectively a significant part of our everyday life and the design of our home.
Let's look some contemporary pendant lamp scheme wich can truly make a difference in the living room, some of which have made history.
Designed in 1968 by Roberto Menghi, these gloosy plus shiny globe lamps come in large and medium sizes and in different attractive metallic colors. This makes them suited as single and cluster arrangements.
This pendant lamp is bold, wild, emotional and exciting. Lampshades with a clipped, scissored feature have the advantage of filtering the light and creating a sweet shadowplay, in addition to favoring the distribution of some indirect light to the ceiling. Thus, the contrast between the lamp and the surface of the ceiling is diminished. Red and glossy, a cool pendant lamp like Devil easily discovers its spot in a modern, retro or punk living room.
Designed by Poul Henningsen and first made 40 years ago, The PH Artichoke is one of the masterwork of the house Louis Poulsen. Produced in a limited edition of 50, this lovely pendant lamp is the last and perfected product in a series of differences. If you follow the PH series, you notice that each lamp seems to be a blooming and unfolding sequence, from the smallest lamp variant up to the refined artichoke. It is made from 72 leaves which cover the light source in such fashion that one only discern the reflected light. This gorgeous, golf leaf plated artichoke, with an 840 mm diameter, is an anniversary version that commemorate fine taste, exquisite design and not least, stuffed pockets.