Every home has a few specially decorated corners that radiate and stand out in any room they are a part of. Those are the small places that seem insignificant or random at first look but with carefully chosen decor such as dazzling neon lights you can bring out the best of them.
If you have not already heard about it then pendants have been undoubtedly the undisputed royalty of the lighting world for a while now. No matter what the style of your home is there is a pendant light out there that is perfect for you. Those not really sure interested in making bold choices can opt for modern icons like Beats by Tom Dixon or the likes of Swirl and Cache from Le Klint.
One of the biggest reasons for the new-found love for lantern-style lighting fixtures is essentially the classic paper lantern and its unique visual appeal. The giant paper lantern was initially crafted in China and then the Japanese perfected it and passed it on to the rest of the world!
Grange created the noteworthy Type 75™ in 2004 having been invited by Terry to revise the design of the Model 75 a prototype designed by George Carawardine over 70 years before (Source: Design Museum). Grange’s Type75™ is a particular favourite with designers and architects (and writers too). A handsome model it sports modernist looks combined with graceful flowing lines.
Those creative minds at TAF have once again designed a notable light for cool Scandinavian brand Muuto (previous TAF standouts for Muuto include the “Up” lamp and the “Wood Lamp“). TAF is a multi-talented Stockholm-based design and architecture studio established in 2002 by Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom.
A venerable lighting institution Anglepoise®️ is the quintessence of great British design. The company’s Original 1227™ light was launched in 1935. A pioneering triumph it introduced the brand’s constant spring technology and is widely regarded as the archetypal Anglepoise®️ light.
Let Urban Outfitters show you how neon lights can make the best of the dedicated little corners in our living space for example a retro music spot or a little space for all of your family’s old photographs. Allow the warm neon lighting to wake up the nostalgia!
A perfect way to uniquely decorate a bedroom for two children is with neon lights that seem as an extension of the headboard just like you see at Casinha Colorida. Do you find the normal bed lights too mainstream and want to decorate your bedroom with something more eccentric? A neon light is the right choice as seen on Apartment Therapy.
From pendants to floor lamps we now shine the spotlight on corner lighting that is easy to move around should the need arise! to add just the right amount of lighting (in just the right direction)!
Neon lights have the full capacity to blend in with the environment you put them in. They don’t have to be too crazy if you don’t wish them to be and can work really well with a subtle tender decor. A beautiful example is this tiny working corner by Electric Confetti.
Channel the look and feel of 1940s studio lighting with CB2’s Signal Floor Lamp. Not only is this the rotating head puts adjustable lighting at your fingertips. Plus the spotlight trio of bulbs are softened by tempered glass diffusers.
We begin with lighting that you can suspend from the ceiling. This standout piece is perfect for a corner where . Say hello to the Milk Bottle 12 Lamp by Tejo Remy for Droog. Don’t hesitate to as shown in the next featured space.
Nothing defines an interior like the right lighting. It can make or break the look of a room revamp its ambiance set the mood and give it an instant makeover without major overhauls. This is precisely why we always emphasize on getting the lighting spot on.