Correct home lighting is a task of vital importance. Light fixtures serve a dual function. They must cast the right light depending on your needs and, at the same time, they have to fit aesthetically with the rest of the decoration. Black lamps have become real objects of desire, especially those that have been signed by designers with their own name. They bring to any corner of your home an incredible touch of sophistication. In addition, there are a wide variety of models.
Spokes 2 by Foscarini is a suspension lamp is a tribute to geometry. Its grid gives it the appearance of a luxurious cage that filters the light creating a mesmerizing projection on the ceiling. It is available in four other colors in addition to black.
A black chandelier is synonymous with elegance. If, moreover, you opt for a model like the 2097 by Flos, designed by Gino Sarfatti in the late 1950s, you will be letting a classic chrome chandelier of immortal beauty into your home.
Tom Dixon's Beat collection continues to be successful. These sculptural planters feature an irregular gold interior that contrasts with the polished surface of the exterior. A lesson in craftsmanship that looks better in a group than alone.
Arne Jacobsen's AJ series is a modern classic of the 1960s. The Danish genius conceived this collection for a hotel in Copenhagen. Whether as a wall lamp, floor lamp or table lamp, they are the ideal accessory that will never go out of style.
Another example of Danish wisdom is the Fifty-Fifty by HAY created by Sam Weller, although its conception is later, given that it emerged in 2019. In addition to its floor version, there are also two table models of different dimensions.
More Danish design? Well, here's another example. It is the Caravaggio by Fritz Hansen designed by Cecilie Manz. It's a shiny metal pendant with a distinctly retro feel, perfect for illuminating a Scandinavian-style kitchen or dining room.
We could not close the chapter dedicated to Danish design without talking about Verner Panton. Panthella mini is the smallest of the series, which includes another larger black table lamp and a floor model. Its black metal shade encloses a soft light.
The Monkey lamps are absolutely groundbreaking. They are the work of designer Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba for the Italian firm Seletti. Available in four versions, these resin monkeys will captivate your visitors, as they will not go unnoticed.
Another lamp that takes an animal as a central axis is the Rabbit Lamp by Moooi. It is impossible not to fall for the sweetness of this little herbivore. The light projected by this black lamp reflected on its back seems to give its fur a silky text.
The Signal collection designed by Ammunition for Gantri will bring a nautical element into your home. Its restrained geometry is entirely functional, but also serves as an eye-catcher in its own right. A lighthouse that won't attract boats, but it will attract glances.