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Cool lamps designs

Cool lamps designs

The right choice of lamp can immediately light up a dark corner in your living room. These are available in a variety of shapes, patterns, dimensions, brightness and colors. You can easily change the light tone in all corners of the rooms by choosing the right lamp. These are available in a variety of patterns that one can make a statement with appropriate use. Here are some cool lamp designs that you can consider incorporating into your living room tile.

Coin Cool lamps designed by Jethora Macey

This lamp requires the user to insert a coin into the lamp to light it. In addition, the lamp has been set specifically for a predetermined time with some form of internal mechanism. This lamp turns out to be the first design launched in an assortment based entirely on the concept of reward and values. It aims to create an awareness of consumption by changing the design.

Mushroom cool lamps

This has one of the coolest designs and structuring. However, this is not energy efficient. The design would remind you of the mushrooms in the famous game Mario. Children in your home will surely fall in love with this.

Tower Lighting designed by Billy May

This is really an interesting concept. You can use this perfectly on the wall and have it disguised. LED lights are hidden with the installation and make people wonder if light is leaking through the holes in the wall. These lamps are painted to match the colors of your wall. This lamp is available in several shapes and patterns and can be used both on flat surfaces and around corners of the wall.

Stacked stone lamp

This will surely get a lot of attention from the visitors at home. Lamps do not usually get much attention from people. When people will look at the design of this lamp, it will make them wonder how any stone can remain in a fixed position on its own. The design consists of stones that are fixed in the form of a pillar and the light is cascaded down through the installation in the form of a waterfall.

Light bulb

This is a minimal lighting fixture that traces its roots to Japan. Dramatic shadows of many shapes are cast on the walls and desk of this lamp while sitting only on a table top. At the moment it is only available in Japan and hopefully it will be available in all other parts of the world at some point.