It is possible to create the impression of a more spacious living environment without expensive room extensions or mirrored walls. The key is proper light. Ideal light distribution is crucial in creating sufficient brightness by minimizing shadows, and thus providing the sensation of broadness.
Embodying the distinctive art deco leaf pattern, this Stone Leaf Table Lamp will surely spice up your corner with a subtle vibe of the ’20s. The lamp’s sandstone stand is carefully hand-carved by the meticulous artisans in Bali, where craftsmanship is our pride. Complete the arrangement with matching wallpaper and an art deco style furniture set in natural colours.
One of Thailand’s best-known festivals, Loi Krathong or Thai’s Festival of Light is an event where people float their krathongs [small banana-leaf containers, decorated with incense, offerings, flowers and candles] on the rivers as a symbol of their problems drifting away. Infuse your home with the spirit of Loi Krathong with the Khazastan Table Lamp and adorn your home with a combination of stupa and sitting Buddha figurines! Add some floating flowers and candles in a wooden bowl for a flickering effect.
A candle light dinner with your loved one is indeed a romantic occasion, but problems can arise when the menu is difficult to read in dim light! To help solve this ever-present concern we produce an array of tiny table lamps to be placed on the dining tables. They create the desired intimate ambiance without spoiling the moment searching for reading glasses or borrowing torchlights!
Since their launch, many restaurants have commissioned us to produce these particular lamps. Some even customize with different materials that fit with the interior design of their setting. Create your own tiny table lamps by dropping us a line at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you like monochromatic colours and want to apply them to your working corner, then this arrangement is a clever inspiration! Play around with some black Post-It notes on a white wall and add a vintage twist with our Copper Lamp 30th. First introduced in the 1890s, this apothecary-style lamp provided a targeted light, ideal for task lighting in pharmacies, hospitals and factories. By the early 1900s, people started to use this brass lamp at home. With its antique yet industrial look, this lamp brings an eclectic contrast to a modern interior arrangement.