Interior / September 13, 2018 / Carmen Cunningham
The beauty of industrial design ironically lies in its deception: what looks incomplete and unrefined is, actually, the painstaking work of skilled craftsmen and visionaries, to say nothing of the interior trendsetters who dared to look beyond the warehouse’s crude reputation for exquisite inspiration. The industrial aesthetic is masculine but poignant, fuss free but thoughtful, and the mark of a man who understands that the finer things in life aren’t always the most frivolous or flashy.
You might have some old furniture in the basement or garage so it would be a nice idea to give them a makeover. If you have a table, apply chalkboard paint to the top and turn it into a fun piece for the kitchen or dining room. Using the same type of paint for the chairs is not exactly smart.
Lamps have a role to beautify our space in which we live, as decorations, and thereby to provide lighting in the given area. With its discreet lighting, lamps provide a pleasant atmosphere wherever they are placed. Whether the are floor, table or wall lamps they provide discreet light, while the rest or learn.
Here’s something that definitely stands out from the rest, in terms of both aesthetics and function. These quirky bedside lamps take a different approach to adjustability, using a pliable lambskin beanbag as a counterweight that accommodates a wide range of positions.
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