KLUS is one manufacturer that offers this type of lighting solution for both indoor and outdoor stairs. For staircases that don’t have that extra flat section that extends out each step a different place to consider putting them is at the very base of each step that connects to the next.
In some cases lights for every other step may be a bit much. This beautiful wood staircase from Vlassak Verhulst makes use of just three very tiny and subtle lights on each side of the wall for just enough lighting.
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.
Yet at other times the look of brass furniture decor and lighting is super minimal and perfectly modern. Let’s take a peek at some of today’s most interesting brass pieces…
The bubble chandelier is fun but it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. An alternative to this style could be these “staccato” branch-like fixtures that have blown glass pieces extending outward from all different directions. ProvidenceArtGlass sells them on Etsy and The Cool Hunter shows a beautiful Trocadero apartment featuring one in the dining room.
Surround your plant of choice with the Hanging Wire Pot Bracket in Plated Brass from West Elm. Bonus: this item perfectly holds one West Elm Chalkboard Planter (sold separately) as shown below: