Light Up Your Room - Part 2

Light Up Your Room - Part 2

Inspiration can come from many sources but nature has long been a go to for Interior Designers. We see freeform lines in furniture, accessories and lighting that may have been sparked by an organic element! Organic shapes have the ability to draw you in since they are so unique. It is intriguing to see how creative lighting designers have become with lamps!

These charming stylized flowers are mini pieces of sculptural art!

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(Chelsea House, High Point Market)

Love the rhythmic flow of these nest inspired lamps!

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(John Richards, High Point Market)

Using branches in interior design has become increasingly popular, perhaps in an attempt to blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living. In this pretty metallic lamp, we like how the branches are designed to form the base.

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(The Natural Light, High Point Market)

The flowing lines of this lamp, the light placement and the mix of materials make for one stunning lamp!

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(The Natural Light, High Point Market)

The ocean always provides enticing inspiration! Sea urchins anyone?!

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(John Richards, Bradburn Gallery - High Point Market)

The shells in the middle of this lamp add character and the waves in the linen fabric give a subtle nod to a relaxed beach feel.


(The Natural Light, High Point Market)

This lamp has a handsome, elegant vibe with its gold antlers. The gold pulls, acrylic base and golden interior on the lampshade elevate this lamp with all of the well designed details! 


(John Richards, High Point Market)

Next week we will focus on the sparkle and shimmer side of lighting design!

Happy Designing - By Design Interiors Houston

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