Illuminate your room with these unconventional light fixtures.
31 August 2016
Burning the midnight oil to finish that dreaded business report or cramp in that last bit of information before a test tomorrow? Instead of relying on your boring ol’ desk lamp to keep you company, consider having one of these unique light fixtures as a companion while you hustle your way through the night. By Arman Shah
Add a touch of Scandinavian-chic to your room with this table lamp by Danish homeware brand House Doctor. Discerning eyes that appreciate the beautiful things in life will love the complementary combination of stunning green shade and chrome brass base – simple yet classy.
Lovers of animals and nautical themes will smile in glee when they see these decorative three-dimensional lamps by Sturlesi Design. Regardless of whether they take the form of a unicorn or a reindeer, these desk lamps – lit by hidden LEDs – will illuminate your living space while keeping your household electrical expenses in check.
Effortlessly cool, the Ka Lamp by Woodendot sees a leaning pole that’s been embellished with natural leather arising from a curved beech wood base. Those with a severe dislike of overly bright lights will appreciate the metal lampshade that filters light through a cotton diffuser. Available in black and white finish.
There’s something unnervingly human about Robert; maybe it’s the fact that this table lamp by Fanttique comes with legs. Made of white oak wood from Denmark, this quirky home accessory doesn’t only shine light, but also transforms into a handy book stand with a few adjustments of its wooden hinges.
If grease, metal and grunge turn you on, you’re in for a real treat with this Pump Oil Lamp. Designed by EDD+ – known for painstakingly handcrafting products using natural sources – this table lamp brings the industrial look into your home with its creative assemblage of pipes and rotary handle.
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