Art-forward lamps illuminate the space where form meets function
Editing by KELSEY McKINNON
The benefits of light fixtures that blur the line between intriguing works of art and practical household objects are multifold — especially in rooms where wall space is at a premium.
Style sconces, chandeliers and pendants in unexpected ways to inject creativity into your home (think: stacked on each other or hanging off-center in a room), or simply as standalone pieces that are sure to be conversation-starters. Here, we share a few of our favorites.
RH Selenite Crystal Grand sconce, $3,095.
VIDERE LICET Meltform #11, $16,000.
A project featured in KELLY WEARSTER’s new tome, Evocative Style (Rizzoli New York, $55).
CHEN CHEN & KAI WILLIAMS Caviar sconce, from $1,850.
APPARATUS Interlude embroidered hanging lamp, $68,000.
This story originally appeared in the November 2019 issue of C Magazine.
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