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Nine to Know | Kitchen Wall Lights

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  • PRODUCT EDITOR Brigitte Craig
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    We’ve picked nine sculptural and striking wall lights and sconces from the est Product Library ready to create visual interest in the kitchen.

    When considering stylish kitchen lighting, modern pendants or chandeliers may be the first to come to mind. This collection of unique wall lights and sconces will have you thinking otherwise, offering understated beauty in the kitchen. Featuring some of the world’s esteemed lighting designers, this collection will brighten a kitchen without taking up any precious room.

    This feature originally appeared in est magazine issue #36.

    With a thin adjustable stem and re-positionable rod, the DePadova Nota wall lamp is a combination of simplicity and versatility. Elissa Ossino‘s design features two lampshades, rather than one, to illuminate any kitchen area.

    Charismatic pair Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson, founders of Apparatus Studio, deliver a playful design with their Trapeze Wall Sconce. Inspired by the tipping tensions and dynamics of a circus act, this wall light offers a soft glow through hand-cast porcelain bowls and brass fittings.

    Bringing a leafy touch into the kitchen, the Vibia Palma Wall Horizontal from Koda Lighting is a contemporary design which features blown glass orbs, mirroring a round flowerpot for indoor greenery. This fitting is available in a graphite or white finish.

    The composition of crossing lines and curved glass establish an intricate equilibrium in the Tempo Sconce by Atelier de Troupe from Spence and Lyda. Available in either blackened or raw brass, this wall light adds gentle warmth in the kitchen.

    The Hatti Wall Sconce by Articolo, available in either satin nickel or brass tones, is an enticing addition to the kitchen, casting a cosy, rosy hue through the use of a tapering metal fixture.

    French-Israeli interior architect and designer Emmanuelle Simon channels inspiration from Art Deco style and wabi-sabi philosophy in the Raku Yaki Sconce. Created through Raku, a traditional Japanese ceramic technique, this fitting offers an earthen elegance to the modern kitchen.

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    The No 214 Wall Lamp from DCW Editions originates from the GRAS 1920’s design for offices and industrial environments. This adjustable fitting, exclusive to Spence and Lyda, is a traditional and robust addition to the kitchen.

     

One Response

  1. This is so helpful, as I redesign my kitchen.
    You do all the research for us.
    Stunning, but can I afford them?

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