Homeowners hang beautiful light fixtures from their ceilings and put lamps in as many dark corners of a room as they can but how often do you visit someone’s home and see their lit up with built-in lighting?
Of course keep in mind it’s pretty much required that your railing goes straight up and down without curling around any walls for this to work. Here’s another fine example featured on Habitos.
No matter how green you consider yourself to be there’s no denying that those old-fashioned incandescent bulbs with the copper filaments sure are pretty. For the best of both worlds try Urban Chandy’s new line of LED Edison bulbs which have the same beguiling look as old-school bulbs but without the unnecessarily high energy usage.
Be sure to check out the variety of blown glass pendants and related pieces from Rothschild & Bickers if you have the budget for some very gorgeous high-end fixtures!
At its best wooden design is pared back and understated tactile and pure having little fuss or embellishment. Wood provides a level of balance that is lacking in much of today’s consume and throwaway society. With wood we find urbanity and homeliness vitality and quietude longevity and sustainability.
Energy-efficiency becomes even more important for portable and disaster lighting which is where Solight’s cute but powerful Solarpuff comes in. The solar-powered LED cube can be folded flat and weighs just 2.6 oz making it a versatile choice for camping hiking or the backyard.