The Hicks pendant can adapt to any design style and theme that you already have going in your house and it is available in small medium and large sizes to ensure that you get a pendant that is proportional with the rest of the room.
Through another meaningful design story we’re introduced to the Chainsaw Stools donated to raise relief funds for Hurricane Sandy Ian and Gregory and created from fallen trees near Fort Standard’s HQ in Red Hook Brooklyn. The trees were geometrically cut using chainsaws then painted in colors that evoke the feel of a storm.
The key to making this decision lies in checking if you already have additions like accent pillows chairs and pendants. If you do then either the lampshade of your tripod needs to complement them or you can choose the safer option of going with the backdrop hue.
This ultra-sleek and minimalist floor lamp designed by Marconato & Zappa is indeed a one-of-a-kind that is for those who love to combine sensational design with sustainability and green goodness. Taking up minimal space and energy it is indeed an ideal addition to the savvy contemporary household.
Moving from the outdoors inside the is one of those lighting choices that you simply cannot go wrong with. Designed by Thomas O’Brien this globe pendant seems almost too simple and unassuming at times and that is precisely the reason why it is one of the most popular pendants in kitchens across the globe!
Presenting various styles and adopting creative silhouettes the world of tripod lamps is becoming more exciting each day! And as always we are here to offer you a sneak peek into some of the best inspirations around –