I don’t believe I have seen this exact lighting fixture in an application I haven’t loved. The Fortuny Ceiling Light is the gorgeous design by Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, and it is available in a number of sizes, colors and patterns. The larger sizes make the best statement and they never look out of place over a dining room table. Sophistication, refined techniques, a high quality finish and attention to detail are the distinctive features of each original lamp.
Inspired by the sight of dense shoals of fish, Dominic Bromley has designed Shoal. Continuing in his sculptural work with fine bone china, his latest design takes full advantage of the diverse qualities of this beautiful ceramic material. A mass of bone china fish, each 16cm(19") long and carrying delicate sculpted detail, circle a central light creating a captivating cylindrical form. 40” high
I just love the swirls of lights that burst from this accent light fixture! Each Moonstruck Light is unique. The light inside the balls casts a light / shadow pattern on the surrounding walls and ceiling.
This 9” diameter magical light is hand-made, constructed of glazed and stylishly perforated porcelain.
The Garland Light by Tord Boontje has been awarded for best light as well as the Metropolitan Home readers' choice award for Futuristic classics, and obviously so, it has gained my attention for its’ beautifully cascading arrangement of brass-finished laser cut floral designs. When lit, it almost appears to be swarmed by a host of flittering botanicals, in the same way that June bugs try to bask in the warmth of a single post lamp on a summers’ night.
They can really light up anything these days, so think like Kanye at the Grammys and get creative kids. Dramatic and fun, the Cherry Blossom Branch with Decorative Flower Lights works as a great accent light for anything from a pretty guest suite, to arrangements flanking either side of a fireplace. 35 decorative flower lights bloom over the branches for a fantastic evening look.