05, Apr 2018 | Interior Design
When we’re deciding our kids bedroom decor, we have to spend a few hours (or days) picking the lighting. We don’t want it to be too grown up, yet not too childish, so we can adapt it as they grow up. It could be a rather tedious task, picking the perfect ceiling lamp. Well, we got your back. Today, we’re going to present you 7 awesome luxury ceiling lamps, perfect for your kids bedroom design. Check them out!
This cloud-shaped lamp has a cotton-like texture that replicates the fictional feeling of a fluffy cloud. Inspired by the Pixar short-film “Partly Cloudy”, the design relates to the sense of serenity and peace transmitted by clouds, the same feeling we want to create in the children’s rooms with this realistic Cloud Lamp. With a sound system and colour changing RGB light remotely controlled, this suspension lamp can be used to create a calm atmosphere for the bedtime.
Hanna is a vintage lighting fixture that is elegantly composed of five arms and five lampshades made of brass. Each lampshade can be adjusted to direct lighting over a wide-reaching area. With a gold plated and a matte white finish ( inside and outside), each light has a bell-shaped shade fashioned from aluminium. Liven up your home setting with this classic pendant light, that will suit superbly in a mid-century modern living room or dining room. All in all, Hanna suspension lamp has flowing lines and a sleek surface that mixed unusual-shaped arms create a vintage lighting design like any other.
Maman is quite a quirky ceiling lamp by the incredible Italian brand Seletti. Resembling a quite a lot of vines in a tropical rain forest, Maman will make your kids dream of the lavish Amazon rain forest.
Diana pendant lamp is an industrial-inspired design that embodies all the simplicity and sophistication of the mid-century modern age. It is handmade in brass and aluminium. The body, built out of brass has a standard black nickel plated finish, while the shade features a standard matte red lacquer on the outside. However, it can be customized using any RAL colour of your choosing. It has a small switch on the back of the shade, creating a convenient way of switching the light on and off.
Designed as a tribute to the mid-20th-century race to space, Cosmo modern chandelier is inspired by space, galaxies and the planets that surround us. It is a memorable lighting fixture, with unique details that make it the luxurious bespoke design piece that it is. Handmade in brass and steel, the body is covered by a gold-plated finish, while the stainless steel shades are lacquered a glossy black and glossy white on the outside. It is an intricate design piece to put on display at the entrance of a modern hotel or to use as a modern dining room lighting fixture.
Available in Smoke or Oil finishes, in a conical, spherical and cylindrical shapes, the Flask lamp, by Tom Dixon, is a series of hand-blown, hand-cut and hand-painted pendants.
Atomic round chandelier was inspired by the molecular composition of the atom as a nod to the atomic age and race to space mid-century era. DelightFULL’s designers created a round set of spotlights all arranged to look like the non-conventional molecular forms. This unique black chandelier is all handmade in brass and steel, with a gold-plated finish on the body and lacquered a glossy black on the round shades.
The Stanley retro pendant lamp is inspired by some of the most iconic lighting designs of the 1960s. It is handmade in brass and aluminium, with a nickel plated finish on the body, and glossy black lacquer on the outer part of lampshades. The inside is lacquered a matte white. With three adjustable arms, this mid-century modern lighting fixture has three counterweights all built of iron. All these features can be customized by request to include different finishes and any RAL colour of your choosing.
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