This one is definitely for those who are confident with their knitting skills.A simple string light strand sits cozily inside this knit pattern rope crafted by Johanna Hyrkas and you can mimic the design without any great difficulty.Uber-cool and futuristic it is bound to add a warm glow to your bedroom or living space with ease.
Our final featured group of table lamps makes it clear that crystal is in! A dash of instant glamour.An elegant nod to retro style.A neutral touch that also manages to be bold… The Tower Lamp from DwellStudio features a crystal base with a linen shade.Love that Deco style!
You can embed the lights into the cement and pretend they do not exist.The design below gives the saying “out of sight out of mind” a whole new meaning one that involves a bit more mystery and creativity.If you do not like the option of having random glowing rods protruding from the sides of your lawn this in-ground lighting might be your friend.
The Wagner Hodsen lights are less sporadic in design.But they still adhere to the same style and offer a great directional guide of light.If you are into pathway lights that tell a story then lights that have a bit more shape will satisfy your request.These candle jar-inspired glass lanterns are very adorable and they fit well with a garden of any theme.
Tucked away in the sincerest part of our hearts lies a secret garden that many of us are longing to re-create.However the details are so intricate that we let our imaginations get the best of us causing us to detach ourselves from what seems like an intangible dream.
Crafted from lacquered blown glass these pendants have true contemporary appeal.In fact the designer says she opted for glass to bring out the glossy sophistication of the pendants.