The true beauty of light emerges when you place is next to shadow. The COZO lights epitomize this elegantly with their modern lantern style and Moroccan-inspired design. These breathtakingly striking lights fill the room with pattern and by changing both their position and the style of the room you can achieve multiple settings with ease. Festive flamboyant and fascinating in every sense of word!
There is the shopping the decorating the rush of getting things done at work just so that you can have a longer vacation and then the traffic. But you know all that hustle and bustle is worth it when the lights finally come on and you sense magic in the air! Without the bright lights holidays simply feel incomplete. Having already shared with our readers the best DIY string lighting for the festive season it is time to explore a different direction – the world of .
With a treated wool fabric body full of lovely little nuances and folds this pendant shade also helps with the acoustics of a room by absorbing noise. Combined with an Edison bulb this looks both understated and contemporary.
Some might be permanent iconic additions like the Kartell FL/Y Suspension Lamp while other bargain buys could provide a seasonal change of accents hues without forcing you to splurge a fortune. Tis’ the season to be jolly and even if it is not fully here getting ready for all that festivity and fun does mean you need to start early enough.
String lighting is not just for the week leading up to Christmas and when used right these dazzling delights can light up your entire Holiday Season without seeming out of place. Sure some crafts feel more appropriate as Christmas rolls around by having a gorgeous string light garland around Thanksgiving is equally impressive and apt. With that in mind here is a look at
Yes using orange extensively in the kitchen is not as straightforward as it is with other colors. But with a hint of creativity the right shade and lighting you can more than just ‘make it work’. In the modern kitchen do not just limit yourself to paint when you start thinking about orange.