Guest Post: Quirky and Unexpected Lighting
August 7th, 2012
Morning Ya’ll! Today we have a guest post by Joanna from Arcadian Lighting about “Quirky and Unexpected Lighting” Hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
Hi there! I’m Joanna, a writer for Arcadian Lighting, a must-shop source for quality lighting fixtures in all styles and finishes. I’m passionate about beautiful interior design and look forward to writing guest posts such as this one for Harmless Banter. Today, I’ve brought along a collection of quirky and unexpected lighting I think you’ll enjoy seeing. Be sure to leave a comment and let me know which light fixtures you like the best.
We don’t often see raw-bulbed utility lights in a finished kitchen, but these work handsomely when placed at alternating heights, shapes and sizes.
Roxy Russell’s ocean-inspired Medusae light fixture collection is breathtaking and certainly unexpected. The jellyfish shapes seen here would look lovely in a dining room, above a bed or in an entry.
Each of these lovely lamps features a sweet bird on a tiny limb. They look pretty as pictured here in a living room. An alternative might be to place in a guest bedroom.
Don’t have enough room for a table lamp? Jonathan Adler’s quirky wall mounted lamp offers a terrific alternative. How fun!
These little beauties would be perfect hung above a party table or in a little girl’s room. I love the mix of patterns and colors.
How clever, a canvas of brilliant starlight. This sweet lightscape would be lovely in most any room, especially a bedroom.
These cord lights work well with many styles such as contemporary, modern and even rustic. They are quite versatile too and can be configured in many different ways.
We see a lot of old doors in rustic and eclectic decors, but this is a first, delicate wall lamps hung on weathered doors! Itís definitely a quirky touch in this contemporary bedroom.