Lamp & Lighting: Advanced Geometry
November 15, 2006-- Home Accents Today,
Fascinating shapes throw a curve ball into the latest modern designs, surprising with sophisticated yet extraordinarily sexy appeal. Look for abstract leanings, sensual lines and clever recreations of classic forms to star.
|Art Deco is translated as avant garde in Luella Shanghai's Alum Art lamp, elegantly mixing spheres and tapered columns.|
|Babette Holland Design's sleek Uptown design accentuates a crisp conical shape with a wide band for added retro glamour ($399).|
|A classic infinity knot is rendered modern in espresso wood, brushed nickel detailing and tan linen shade from Nova Lighting.|
|Finished in brushed nickel, the dual table lamp from Coronet Lighting's plays on a classic X motif in modern fashion.|
|Shiny nickel accents and a raffia-textured tuckunder shade offset the triangular obelisk Brady lamp, part of Frederick Cooper's Larry Laslo Collection ($565).|
|Simon Pearce's handmade Hamilton lamp incorporates a cubed, rectangular body atop a glass base ($550).|
|The Chrome Arc desk lamp from Lamp Works presents an abstract perspective in slick contemporary style ($219).|
All prices are suggested retail
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