Artworks are among the few purchases in ours homes that grow with us and stand the test of time. Homeware styles come and go but a well-chosen painting or sculpture is often something that will never be replaced and will evolve with your homes style. Sometimes it can be a be piece of vintage furniture, an ornamental vase or a treasure found on an overseas holiday that becomes the showcase artwork in your space but an easy and decorative way to add warmth, light and even just an art piece into a space is with lighting.
Interior Designer Kelly Wearstler is an artist in her own right, her lighting collection is full of bold curves, natural stones and metals that are captivating and showstopping with their oversized stature and organic shapes.
Designers and craftsman at Hubbardton Forge work together to create their metal sculptures. Each piece is made to order by hand by artisan craftsman, unique designs that mimic nature in shapes and curves with an industrial edge.
Another designer to draw inspiration from the natural world is Sean Lavin. His collection for Tech Lighting favours floral and geometric shapes, beautiful soft edges, diffused glass, and a neutral colour palette make them truly distinctive pieces worthy of any art installation.
So maybe when it comes to choosing your next great investment piece or artwork you might consider a lighting installation or sculptural lamp. For more inspiration peruse our Designer Gallery.
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