Lofts are the perfect space to be a bit daring with your lighting fixtures. Here are 9 of our favourite recent examples of unusual loft lighting.
Is that a Blimp In your Loft?
No one will believe that there’s a blimp in your loft until they see this creative fixture. Full size chains create an anchoring effect that is both original and delightful.
Cutlery and Teacup Chandeliers
There’s a lot to love about these teacup and cutlery chandeliers. They are perfect to suspend from the apex of your loft or hang above your dining room table.
Tramp Lamps to Spice up Your Loft
These racy lamps are handmade from old fashioned and modern corsets. Though not for everyone, there is a significant market for these lights which are being created and collected by the dozen. Lofts are perfect for items like this, which may not necessary meet with nan’s approval, but definitely light up a room.
Minimalist Wall Pallet Lamp
Sometimes the simplest lighting concepts are the most successful. This wall pallet lamp is made from recycled wood pallet. Two pallets are juxtaposed to create this industrial, yet functional floor lamp.
Grater Lamps to Brighten your Kitchen
Recyclart.org makes these suspended lamps from recycled graters. They have our vote for both innovation and environmentally friendly décor.
Wall Lamp That Doubles As a Message Board
This wall lamp is useful and creative. Use a dry erase pen to leave notes and messages for yourself and your loved ones.
Bicycle Lamp Made from Recyclable Material
San Francisco Bay artist is responsible for this full sized bicycle wall light. White Christmas lights line each recycled wheel.
Wall Light That You Can Peel
This light is completely adjustable. Simply peel back for as much or as little light as you require. It gives the impression of a fantastic glowing world beyond your loft walls.
Cereal Lamp Wins Points for Unique Concept and Materials
Just touch the spoon to activate this unusual light. Oddly enough, it is even made from real cereal.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our selection of unusual lighting. Try something similar in your own loft!
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