The Mona Lighting

The Mona Lighting

They are said to be domes to serve as shells for additional lighting features for home owners but one cannot help but avoid considering them as solider helmets which should tackle on former classic sci-fi flicks such as Star Wars or even Battlestar Galactica.

Regardless, the Mona Lighting designed by Lucie Koldova for Brokis should be a neat add to any home, domes with tinted glass which can either be supported by lanyard straps or bases which can turn them into

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The Bonaldo Cosi Side Table

Bonaldo Cosi Side Table

Here is another table that may seem unstable due to the wired framework but the Bonaldo Cosi Side Table looks to be properly made to be steady as an ox.

The Bonaldo Cosi Side Table is a wired frame side table clad in pink colors. Crafted in Italy, the whole table is made of open and interlocking frames which should likewise render an interesting visual when you move around the room.

The table is also available in other colors such as lilac and gray, giving you ample options

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The Risom Desk

The Risom Desk

Smaller and compact tables are bound to get preference by most and the Risom Desk should be something around that alley.

Perfect for the writers or the work at home folks, the Risom Desk was designed by Jens Risom way back in 1968 which makes it practically a collectible.

The desk is meant to be used more as a writing surface, a perfect addition to simple laid out places.

Aside from the writing desk surface, the Risom Desk also features a single drawer and a removable walnut t

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Lighting Up Lofts with Inside Light

Inside Light

How can you improve an already seemingly great looking home? Well touching on the “lighter” side of things could be a great idea.

Something perhaps like this renovation made over at a loft located in TriBeCa NYC. The three bedroom loft was a beneficiary from a keen project called “Inside Light” which eventually dramatically improved internal lighting.

All this was of course made possible through a series of mirrored surfaces which aided in the reflection

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Colorful and Stackable Chairs

Colorful and Stackable Chairs

Yet here are some more stackable chairs for you, ones that will surely come in handy once you need multiple seating solution for special events or just to merely save space.

The Shark Chairs are made from polypropylene and are available in 7 different colors. They come in the standard chair form, seats with supporting backrests to make sure you get the proper comforts a seat would come with.

The chairs should be ideal for indo

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Kolo Magnet Lamps

Kolo Magnet Lamps

The Kolo Magnet lamp somehow takes the mechanics of an hourglass, allowing you to change its display as you would expect from the sand-based time telling piece.

The only thing about it right now that rather than a clock, it is used as a lighting solution, making use of movable magnets to shield and control the lighting intensity.

The Kolo Magnet lamps carry a certain modern flavor, something made of acrylic glass and plywood. Falling sand

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Crystal Rock Lighting

Crystal Rock Lighting

Here are some neat looking lamps, well rock-based in a way which should be cool to hang or place around.

The Crystal Rock Lights come from designer Arik Levy, finely sculpted pieces which were precisionly cut and encasing LED lighting to produce a unique kind of lighting solution that folks will surely enjoy having around.

The gem-shaped pendants should give out the ample lighting you would want, glowing nicely to provide the necessary

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Stackable Drapee Chairs

Stackable Drapee Chairs

Well here are some more stackable chairs for you, made for folks who need multiple chairs for seating accommodations yet do not have the luxury of space to hold them.

The Drapee Chair was designed by Constance Guisset for Petite Friture, chairs made of simple steel rods which free flow throughout. The steel rods are responsible for the drape-like feel, hence the name.

The rods are framed by larger steel rods that curve around and extend out t

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Different Kinds of Shade

Take-Off Light

Lighting is important and normally it would depend on the type of lamp you would use. Of course on that note, shading would play an important role, especially if you talk about room ambiance.

And with the help of the Take-Off Light by Fiffti Fiffti, all that should be a snap.

Laser-perforated paper shades allow folks to pick out or better yet poke tiny triangles to render a desired pattern which the shade would display once it is turned on.

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The Split Chair

The Split Chair

Here is another chair which looks pretty common. But the thing about it is that the Split Chair from designer Roni Shalmon emphasizes on angles and geometry inspired by branching, a twist which may only be noticed by meticulous people.

Regardless, the Split Chair is something that is made from natural ash and offers the same functionality that chairs are expected to deliver.

The chair is a project which was made possible through a combination of CNC a

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