We all need lamps in our life. Lamps are responsible for lighting up those times when we are up until the wee hours reading our favorite book. We have always looked at lamps as a simple tool… However, there are lamps that bring us more than just light but also bring out a vibrant ambiance through their design.
The lamps below are some examples of creativity to decorate your home… Check them out:
Have you ever fancied a martini with an illuminated red pimento? If so, then this lamp is definitely for you. It even comes with its very own toothpick.
If you’re looking for a really unique lamp, then try this one out. It even has a special light switch.
Designed by Lee Sang Gin, this marvelous lamp doubles as a book rest, ensuring you never lose your page. It’s made of frosted glass, which gives off a soft light that is ideal for reading. Go ahead and read with the help of the glow of this simple yet clever lamp with your favorite mystery-thriller novel.
Each lamp is handcrafted in Ravenna, Italy, using fiberglass and then coated with a layer of natural Italian stones. These lamps give any space a warm atmosphere, along with having a design that’s both modern and beautiful and is even considered a reflection of the 1960s.
You’ll definitely want to put a pair of these lamps in your ceiling. The cloth shoelaces are not only accurately scaled, but they are the actual power cords for the bulbs found in each sneaker, which makes the lamp look plain and clean. These creative lamps that resemble sneakers are designed by Clara Sjodin.
The body of this lamp is made of white semitransparent PET rotational molding, and inside is LED lighting. The table lamps are wireless and use a base charge. This fire-inspired lamp is designed by Santiago Sevillano.
Applying feathers to the light of this lamp makes it look angelic. This magnificent-looking lamp is designed by Halde Martin.
This cool-looking lamp by Site Specific Design, an interior and furniture design company based in Brooklyn, New York, goes by the name of Nymph. The lamp costs $2,600, and it got its name from the immature form of some insects.
Alex Kozynets has a collection of these lamps that are called Save the Penguins.
Designed by Yumi Masuko and Hiroshi Yoneya, this lamp won the ID Award 2008 Biennial Winning interior product.
This cone-shaped floor lamp stand, named Rocknrolla Luminous, depicts the character Rock-in. Designed by Denis Popenkov, this lamp looks good in open park areas, clubs, and shop windows.
Twist Together Lamp
These individual blocks connect together and illuminate with a simple twist. The Twist Together Lamp encourages you to design your own light.