Lighting is such an invention that apart from its functional purpose has a huge decorative value too. Some fixtures are able to completely change the look of the space. Especially feature lamps, which I personally adore.
The way we light up our homes has become a crucial part of interior design and this year there are more innovative lighting styles than ever before to bring into your home. You might have already seen those lamps in various home interior magazines where suspended pendants of various sizes and shapes are set to remain big where minimalist styles remain at the forefront.
Therefore, if you are thinking about what to hand over your kitchen island look for awesome feature lighting such as the pendant lamp or chandelier to create that wow factor.
TIM Crystal Oversized Pendant Lamp, Large
In January 2016 Bomma introduced a new collection of lighting objects called TIM , created by Czech designers Olgoj Chorchoj, Michal Fronek and Jan Nemecek. The collection is a series of large flame cut globes. The inspiration behind the name of came from a successful exhibition named “Tim Burton and His World” for which the Studio of Olgoj Chorchoj designed crystal cupolas for Burton’s characters in the movie.
TIM lamp, depicts the skills and strength, of glassmakers, which are combined with the purity and clarity of crystal. What I personally adore about this minimal design is that these enormous “globes”, which weight from 16 – 20 kilograms each, are blown by hand and so each piece is completely unique and unrepeatable.
Colour continues to be a driving force in shaping the mood of a home. While blues are shifting to lighter, brighter hues to create relaxation and serenity, it’s really grey that’s providing the broadest spectrum of opportunity.
Therefore, Bomma’s designers were right on trend when designing the second lighting collection SOAP . SOAP story comes from the process of working with organic freely blown glass and experimenting with coating technologies. The look of each glass pendant reminds me of a dented glass. A grey coat is applied to every pendant while then individual lamps are tinted with mustard gold, silver or blue. Again, the irregular shape and size is the trend that is hard not to be spotted in current minimal, rural interiors. Mustard is also set to be a key item for spring 2016 and is already available along with a variety of other coloured crystal glassware on our website.
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