Let’s face it. Practicality should never be dismissed in pursuit of keeping up with the Jones’ or emulating a five star hotel. Lighting in the bathroom needs an exhaust system combined. Functionality shouldn’t be overrated.
Are they tentacles or are they lamps? In the image below we see several renditions of the Ultramodern I-Lumax Lamp created by designer Denis Santachiara for Italian company Antonangeli Illuminazione. A bendable silicone form makes the piece oh so versatile!
That said there are so many variations out on store shelves today that you are spoiled for choices. But here is a cool little idea to make your own pendant lamps along with a bit of help from nature. The idea is to turn an old dry tree branch into a fixture that will support an array of pendant lamps.
A remarkably unique design gives the Faroles Fog Table and Floor Lamps their signature style. Not to mention these pieces designed by Federico Churba feature a crisp cotton shade that wraps around a hi-gloss grey or red powdercoated steel frame.
For a jellyfish look in lobster red select the Atomic Lobster Arc Floor Lamp. A steel base and shade glisten thanks to a hi-gloss powdercoat finish.
To have some depth and dimension to your light fixture you can choose something like a bowl chandelier that curves toward the ceiling rather than spreads it’s opulent goodness away from the ceiling diminishing space between your floor and ceiling.