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!
A different take on the lit-up railing is to bring the light strip to the slanted baseboard of the stairs that runs up it. Of course not all staircases have this but it works beautifully in the example below from Arch Daily — especially with that lovely brick wall beside it!
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…
Stylish classy and uncomplicated in its form designed by couples the charm of a cascading chandelier with a more traditional design. Yet its overall form use of a chromed steel frame and clear straight lines make it distinctly contemporary. The chandelier works well even in tiny rooms because of its flawless design and it’s bound to become the showpiece of any room it adorns.
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.
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.