only in terms of their effortless appearance and elegance these wooden pendants are nonetheless complex in their design. Wooden pendants – as with many wooden products – can be appreciated for their craft soul honesty and luxury.
Geo style is alive and well in these Hexagon Pots from ferm LIVING shown in a modern grouping below. Perfect for holding everything from flowers to jewelry they are crafted from solid brass and topped off with matte polish.
Artist Tanya Clarke emphasizes the need to save power by channeling another precious and scarce resource–water. Clarke’s delicate Liquid Lights line made out of recycled plumbing hardware and “drips” of LED-illuminated glass is a lovely and low-energy way to get the conversation about water conservation started.
And lastly check out the stunning look these blown glass pendants create in the middle of this huge staircase. What a way to create an eye-catching sense of elegance as you climb up to each story!
Here’s another folding table this time with a touch of acrylic glamour. Say hello to the Novo Acrylic Folding Table from CB2 which brings vintage-modern glamour to your room of choice. Created by Robert and Cortney Novogratz this piece can also be used as an end table a nightstand a dining tray and more!
For another low-tech lighting solution check out these charming DIY candles that you can make out of repurposed teacups and saucers. They’d be a lovely addition to a nighttime tea party. Or for an added bonus use a citronella-scented wax to keep bugs at bay.