A few inspiring images of gorgeous ceiling-lamps, from classic and midcentury to contemporary design, to turn the decor of your home ever up-to-date!
The first picture is about “Fun 8DM” chandelier, made of mother-of-pearl and designed by Verner Panton for Verpan, 1964.
A classic midcentury ceiling-lamp can give your decor a great personality!
A classic glass-chandelier
3 different kinds of George Nelson Bubbles, juxtaposed to create a single chandelier. The “Bubbles Lamps” line was designed by George Nelson for Howard Miller in 1947. He was so avant-garde to create in the 40s, something still so modern.
Modernist Danish style: the PH Artichoke Pendant was designed by Poul Henningsen in 1958 and produced by Louis Poulsen. It comes in copper, wet painted white or brushed stainless steel, in 3 different sizes and its leaves, reproducing the ones of an artichoke, are laser-cut steel to produce shape lines reflective of “Modernism”.
A classic chandelier can be used to decorate your home to give it a cool classic allure as well as to be mixed with modern and vintage elements and make it contemporary.
Contemporary style with a vintage flair is suggested by these chandeliers designed by lighting designer Lindsey Adelman, to give your home a sophisticated, chic and stylish touch.
A 50s chandelier by Stilnovo, like that, can give your space a really cool vibe!