Adjustable louvers roman shades and simple blinds can also ensure that you only have as much natural light as you need. Not a fan of shades? A tall indoor plant next to the window will cut back on the glare while giving the room a sense of natural freshness.
Moving away from designs of the modern era we shine the spotlight on a truly distinguished and classic icon – the designed by Giancarlo Mattioli for Artemide in 1967. If the Luau represents elegant contemporary design and the Hicks a more rustic and industrial style the Nesso adds a splash of vintage minimalism to your home.
Modern pendants and wall sconces offer the ideal alternative that helps you de-clutter the workstation and give the space a sleeker and more airy appeal. In fact give the latest trend of desk sconces with swing arm lamps a shot and you will soon realize that the table lamp is a thing of the past!
Working from home comes with a wide range of advantages and with the connectivity offered by modern technology it is now far easier than ever before. Maybe this is the biggest reason why so many of us are starting to turn that nook under the staircase or the lonely basement into a home workspace.
Abstract in its form SWIRL offers geometric and visual contrast to contemporary spaces that are dominated by simple straight lines. Designed to prevent unnecessary glare and an inconvenient flood of light from every possible angle these pendants can be used for both task and ambient lighting with ease.
This snazzy lamp has found a new lease on life in the past few years and with vintage patterns and metallic accents making a grand comeback in 2014 the photographer’s lamp is now hotter than ever before!