With the shadows that form on the walls when lit, this light sort of reminds me of a delicate disco ball.
Lace light, Bernabei Freeman
Image courtesy of bernabeifreemanÂ via Ish & Chi.
Caviar 20 continues to offer an incredible selection of artwork, antique furniture and beautiful sculptures. I am particularly smitten with their unique white light fixtures. Each one tells a story of an era gone by.
First up is aÂ white lamp circa 1970 designed by the well-known Venitian glass-makers, Vistosi.
Vistosi "Phantom" lamp
Â Next we haveÂ the Danish disc chandelier. I love the sculptural sophistication of this piece.
Danish disc chandelier
A third favourite is this unique French art deco octagon chandelier. It adds instant glamour to any room.
French Octagon chandelier
If you would like more information about these and other exceptional pieces, go have a peek at Caviar 20. It’s a feast for the eyes!
Images courtesy of Caviar 20.Â
The form of Canadian designerÂ Chris Kirby‘s spiral lamp is a thing of beauty. The lamp is made from a single sheet of plastic with slits cut into it. Let the light shine!
Chris Kirby Spiral Lamp
Lamp in the form of a spiral shell
No, it’s not my birthday.Â This picture by Pia UlinÂ is too good to hang onto until July (my actual birthday month!).
It's all about the balloons
Or, if I just installed this balloon lamp, it could feel like my birthday year-round!
Kyouei Design balloon lamp
Balloon Lamp How-To
Photo courtesy of Emmas Design Blogg, Minimalissimo.
Turn the lights on! Caviar 20‘s bamboo porcelain lamp offers a stylish glow.Â
1970s lamp at Caviar20
Bamboo Table Lamp, $160, Caviar20
Â Photos courtesy of Caviar 20.