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David Whitney
1 Review
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Ideabooks14,213
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ired) glass lamps and fixtures fit the bill: mica for its organic feel and rich glow; Tiffany glass for the proud way it wears its craftsmanship. Although those two lighting styles are Arts and Crafts icons, you could get away with lighting that checks the other boxes (warm-tone metals; clean lines;
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Sally Wheat Interiors
Tangley @
Ideabooks11,327
Questions17
makes the glass knot candle holders?
table lamp on the left. “I found it at a vintage shop, and it inspired the entire space,” says Wheat. “I knew I’d never find another one, so I paired it with a clear glass lamp on the other side. It’s just as well, as you don’t want to have too many sets of things in one room.”Fluffy ottomans, a white
“Curtains” — erinjolene76
Sophie Azouaou
A Soothing Bedroom
Ideabooks6,913
Questions8
nightstand lamp adds to the architectural details of this bedroom. (Look at all the moldings!) And it's a perfect fit for the glass lamp base, which almost disappears so you see the room's dominant wall color through the glass.
“bedroom” — mildas
Margaret Donaldson Interiors
7 Reviews
Kiawah Family Home
Ideabooks5,973
Questions11
Stemmed glasses, white plates
blown glass lamps."
“Chic, comfortable, inviting, classic” — cmel87
Tracery Interiors
Hall
Ideabooks1,670
Questions2
is the lamp from. Where can I find a similar lamp.
perfect extra table for the apartment. Plants, lamp, and basket for books at the bottom!
lamp shade on glass lamp - entryway table
of a lamp, painting, smaller objects of different scales and the nice complementary colors.
Is your vignette missing something? Add some color to your invisible lamp. The orange shade on this lamp provides a punch of color that complements the artwork and plants, yet its slender, clear design doesn’t
“planks” — lolong
Caitlin Wilson
Balsam Drive
Ideabooks772
Questions8
Details on where the bed and lamps are from?!
Would love to know the brand of the lamps on the nightstands.
Clear glass lamps keep the space feeling light.
only euros in back. Clear glass lamps that are thicker than ones
Styling tip: Pale sea-foam-green bedding looks sophisticated against a dark wood bed frame. Clear glass lamps keep the space feeling light.
Bed, shades of beige, ivory, baby blue with glass lamps
Clear glass lamps keep the space feeling light.
“Nautical.” — besixdouze
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
34 Reviews
Delightful Bedroom Suite
Ideabooks1,527
Questions7
looking for lamps just like this! where can i buy them?
similar lamps, the Oval Stacked Crystal Bedside Lamp by designer Sandy Chapman. This lamp measures 25" high, 14" wide and the base is a 6 1/2" oval. The shade is natural paper. If you would like more information, please visit http:circalighting.com or call 877.762.2323
glass lamps do not compete with artwork
lamp sure... but there's more about this picture
dside lamps should be the correct height. When you sit up in bed, you want the light to shine on any reading material, but not hit you square in the eye. These lamps provide enough close-range light and are easy to switch off when you're lying down. (Hey, when you're in bed, why not be lazy?) A good
“Love the wall art” — lesliesepanski
SFGIRLBYBAY
sfgirlbybay
Ideabooks2,578
Questions5
stained glass illuminated??? from natural daylight or with a lightbox
What is the light behind the stain glass
Love the stained glass. Would be awesome backlit.
stained glass; mismatched lamps, tables and patterns; and vintage linens. Points off for lack of books, art and a scarf draped over one of those lamps.
Stained glass windows behind bed !!!
Mix of textiles, stained glass, and the cozy vibe.
stained glass behind her bed makes such a statement.
"I used the stained glass as a 'headboard' "
I'm not sure if those are windows with actual stained-glass in them, or if they are stained
stained glass; mismatched lamps, tables and patterns; and vintage linens. Points off for lack of books, art and a scarf draped over one of those lamps.
“gypsy” — simmer99
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