Italian bathroom faucet company Tender Rain has an beautiful series of shower head design called the Calices.
Designed by Luca Scacchetti, Calices boasts a medieval wine cup silhouette, with each of the shower heads taking on a different shape, while being suspended from a sleek and sinewy tube. Continue reading “What I’m Completely Obsessed With”
Raouf Sarwari of Artisan Design Source creates laser-cut pendants and lamps using acrylic plastic and upcycled cardboard.
While these lights are technically upcycled and not recycled, I like the craftsmanship and quality of light to add Sarwari to my Green Lighting Spotlight.
Artisan Design Source’s lights come in a variety of fascinating shapes and colored acrylic. The pendants average size is 9″ x 18″.
Artisan Design Source, based in Brooklyn, debuted it’s lighting at the BKLYN Designs furniture festival this past May.
I’m curious to see what Sarwari could do with laser-cutting on a larger scale.
I feel like I haven’t featured any cool recycled lighting projects or artists lately. Fortunately I stumbled across artists Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock from Tuscon. Continue reading “More Recycled Chandeliers”
The summertime wrap-up of Labor Day weekend usually means saying goodbye to White.
In color psychology White is the color of new beginnings, wiping the slate clean, so to speak. It is the blank canvas waiting to be written upon.
White is often considered a timeless color in Kitchen and Bath design. Since many homeowners remodel every 20 years, timeless design is very important and sensible. Continue reading “Beautiful White Inspiration (Even After Labor Day!)”