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!
In fact you can get quirkier with pendant lighting fixtures by looking for items that come in more irregular shapes like these selections (again by Tom Dixon) which have been made to look like they’re melting.
Unless you’re visiting a fancy commercial building or walking down some very nicely landscaped outdoor steps built-in staircase lighting isn’t quite as common in the average home. It may not work in everyone’s home but it definitely helps make a staircase look more interesting and safe in the dark! Here are some great examples to check out for yourself.
Perfectly suited to a culture of slow living wood has the ability to connect with individuals at an emotional level. A wooden pendant will spread a warm and homey illumination throughout a space providing light to be enjoyed and embraced year-round.
Lead your guests to your backyard bash in style with these ethereal solar-powered LED paver bricks. They can be wedged between your regular pavers for a built-in look or simply placed along a path or in grass for a more temporary installation. And because they’re powered by the sun there are no wires or bulky battery packs to trip over!
The perfect marriage of beauty and functionality the Nanoleaf Gem is the world’s first all-glass designer LED bulb that people actually prefer to use without a shade. On top of the aesthetic appeal of the jewel-like bulbs Nanoleaf estimates that an average household can save about $81 a year (based on an estimate of $0.14/kWh in electricity cost) by switching to the Gem.