Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Swing arm wall lamps in the kitchen

PJ70 lamps by Örsjo Belysning in the kitchen of Louise Liljencrantz (photo by Sanna Lindberg).
The inox cabinetry, the marble splashback and the vintage kilim rug match the beautiful PJ70 lamps by Örsjo Belysning in the house of Louise Liljencrantz (photo by Sanna Lindberg).

Swing arm wall lamps seem to be part of any pretty kitchen that I lay my eyes on lately. Maybe it's something that catches my attention because the lighting in my own kitchen really sucks (shame on me). Or, most probably it is because a pair of such lamps is a clever and practical solution for the countertop lighting as you can move and adjust them according to your needs. And to prove myself, there are some really cool examples to follow ^^.

Industrial and rustic styles mixed in the kitchen of Asa of @myCasa.
Industrial and rustic styles mixed in the kitchen of Asa of @myCasa. 
FRANKFURT swing lamp in Bauhaus style by Bolich (Casa Lumi, €377)
FRANKFURT swing lamp in Bauhaus style by Bolich (Casa Lumi, €377)

Black and white kitchen of Emma and Daniel Lerum (photo via Made in Presbo).
The light blue swing arm lamps by House Doctor give a subtle hint of color in the otherwise sleek black and white kitchen of Emma and Daniel Lerum (photo via Made in Presbo).
Oslo adjustable wall light by Maison Du Monde and Green wall light by HK Living
Left: Oslo adjustable wall light (Maisons Du Monde, £59.90), right: Green wall light by HK Living (Tutze, €199)

When wall space is covered by cabinets and shelves, the clamp swing arm lamps are the solution (Me and Alice)
When wall space is covered by cabinets and shelves, the clamp swing arm lamps are the solution. Susanne's of Me and Alice kitchen is a great example.

Swing arm clamp lamp by Lite Source and L-1 Edge clamp architect lamp by Luxo
Left: Swing arm clamp lamp by Lite Source (Wayfair, $30), right: L-1 Edge clamp architect lamp by Luxo (Wayfair, $139.30)

A pair of industrial sconces couldn't miss from the amazing statement kitchen in Isis-Colombe Combréas summer house
A pair of industrial sconces couldn't miss from the amazing statement kitchen in Isis-Colombe Combréas summer house  kitchen (photo from a previous post).
21009ORB Metro wall swing arm lamp by Kenroy Home and Wall mounted adjustable lamp by Visual Comfort and Company Boston
Left: 21009ORB Metro wall swing arm lamp by Kenroy Home (Amazon, $99.91), right: Wall mounted adjustable lamp by Visual Comfort and Company Boston (Bellacor, $377.90)
Handmade wall lamp by Adam Gatchel of Southern Lights Electric Co. on Etsy
Amazing handmade wall lamp by Adam Gatchel of Southern Lights Electric Co. (Etsy, $365). Just imagine how great this one would be in an industrial inspired kitchen (thinking of exposed brick walls, high ceilings and metallic window frames. Swoon^^. 
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7 comments :

  1. The marble and white brick are to die for!!

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  2. Love it! those lamps can good look anywhere

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  3. Excellent inspiration, Eleni! The first kitchen is my fave!

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  4. Oh wow, these are really great! Such a perfect addition to a kitchen! Mostly because I hate when kitchens have florescent lighting! What a great idea...I will have to consider this when I finally have my own home :)

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  5. Great Kitchens Eleni!!! The first one is so beautiful!!! The lights are great too!!
    Very nice post!!

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  6. Αγαπώ την πρώτη κουζίνα!!!! Τέλειες επιλογές Ελένη!!!

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