The Garden of Eden is a well-known legend, an inscrutable dream, a fading mirage in the desert. Over the centuries, great architects tried to recreate, if not fully, then a small particle of the original splendor of that mythical place.
In the modern world, man realized that without proper lighting, even the seven wonders of the world will not be able to open up to the end! A well-chosen source of light, installed in the right place, will create a miracle and turn the most ordinary garden into Eden, enveloped in angelic radiance.
The muffled light of lamps and street lamps, shaded vegetation and the fragrant aroma of flowers, intertwining together, give a certain mystical shade to your garden. The main rule for any lighting, whether it is indoors, on the veranda or in the courtyard, is muffled brightness and unobtrusiveness.
The ideal option for a romantic dinner can be a couple of floor lamps. Imagine: a house on the lake, a table with an abundance of fruit, a bottle of champagne and … “two dumb witnesses” of a love meeting, like guards of light, guard your peace.
This evening will take a worthy place in the memory of any couple.
In the modern world of design, preference is given to natural materials in combination with stainless steel. To make the loggia look elegant, a strict hanging lamp should be added to the avant-garde interior.
The bright metallic luster of his support perfectly harmonizes with the warm beige shade. Everything together creates a feeling of extraordinary spaciousness and pristine purity.
Such a natural wonder as the lunar path is familiar to many enthusiastic hearts: poets, artists, and all lovers. But not everyone knows that such joy can be recreated in a small pond of your own garden.
Glowing balls like hypnotize and make believe that walking on water is possible. Moonlight lamps do not know the limitations in colors and are ready to turn your life into a fairy tale.
If the atmosphere of the estate is too strict and depressing, unusual lamps that simply float in the middle of your pool will add comfort and playful mood. No, this is not a joke.
This unusual project owes its appearance to the designer Hector Serrano, who came from foggy Albion.
Garlands twining trees with thousands of luminous bulbs always remind of the approaching triumph. Italian Enzo Catellani proves to us that the holiday lives in the souls of people, and not in the calendar.
His offspring – huge round lamps in the form of rolling stones hanging on garden trees – will radically change the estate.
For a person who is used to clearly prioritize and finds peace of mind in a limited number of surrounding objects, a minimalist lamp from the manufacturer Vibia is ideal. The name “hidden cube” reveals its stylistic essence in the best way possible.
Such geometric fireflies will be a good acquisition for the design of a modern veranda, focusing on the play of light and shadow from dusk until dawn.
The cozy lamps of designer Monika Lipken are natural and unusual. They temperamentally manifest themselves in the patio, but can gently, as if with maternal love, illuminate the children’s room.
Their inner shine warms the souls of households in every corner of the estate, banishing the fears and fatigue of a hard day’s work.
For visitors to the site of the Museum of Design it will be extremely interesting to learn about the diversity and stylistic variations of such light sources necessary for a comfortable life.