After plastering the ceilings at home this Spring I still need to find the right lamps for my hallway, kitchen and bedroom. And after the small update of my bedroom this week I have been thinking of finding the right lamp for the bedroom first!
I have a few options in mind including the lamp I initially had in my bedroom, it was a huge round paper bulb called Regolit from IKEA and I still have a brand new one in my storage ready to use. Pictured above a series of almost identical lamps at the Noguchi Museum in New York taken by Fino Prydz, check out my previous post to see one of his artworks in my home.
2. Formakani by &tradition
The Rice lamps designed by Jaime Hayon for &tradition, here captured in a Copenhagen apartment designed by Dubrovska Studio, for those who did not already saw this apartment online I will show more of that on the blog.
For my hallway I have been thinking of the Miira light by Danish Nuura as seen in our latest shoots for bulthaup on the blog (more on bulthaup b Solitaire at home) unfortunately there are some doors making this impossible. It would look really cool and minimalistic in my bedroom though don’t you think!
4. Gregg Suspension by Foscarini
This is such a dreamy lamp, and would perfectly fit the bedroom because of its organic and poetic shape. The lamps are made of hand-blown glass, for a family of lamps that includes various sizes, which can be used stand-alone or in multiple compositions. Pretty sure there would be one to fit the size of my room.
5. Pendant TR Bulb by MENU
The TR Bulb is a clever solution for modern city living and designed to be taken from apartment to apartment – installed by simply screwing it into the pendant sockets hanging in ceiling, and no electrical expertise required. I showed this lamp during The New Scandinavian tour I developed for IMM earlier this year where we visite the Menu stand The new Scandinavian|imm 2018 Although I might not change apartment very soon, I do love to change things around at home, which makes this a perfect choice too!
The Standard, Table Lamp
Staying with Menu…a different approach would be a table lamp, and I particularly love The Standard table lamp designed by one of Belgium’s most talked about young designers, Sylvain Willenz for Menu. It would allow me to think of a new furniture piece to place the lamp on too, a challenge that I really love!