As designers will often tell you, good lighting can make any space look put together. Lamps, chandeliers and wall lamps each play a unique role in complementing your home, depending on the mood you’re going for. So while you’re busy picking stylish furniture pieces and shelf decor, you should also explore lighting options that enhance interiors. Here, we’ve rounded up six of the most unique lighting pieces inspired by nature.
For the queen of the house and busy bees, Rebecca Asquith’s Nectar lampshade brings you straight to the heart of the hive.
Bringing the majestic honeycomb to life, this hexagonal lampshade radiates with a warm glow perfect as ambient lighting. It’s even made out of recyclable PET putting waste to good use, and keeps your home as natural as possible.
Birds Perched on a Branch
Oh what a beauty birds can be, perched by the windowsill. But there’s no denying that taking care of birds involves plenty of commitment.
Umut Yamac’s Perch Pendant Light gives you the best of both worlds with five dainty white birds on a golden ledge. As the sun sets, you’ll find yourself mesmerized by elegant birds, glowing with an ethereal air.
Wildlife? More like wild light. These Monkey Lamps by Seletti are stunning showstoppers.
Made with resin, these sculpture-like figures bring a playful twist to the living room. The monkeys hold the light bulbs with curiosity, and look as if they’re stealing them away. But there’s more, Seletti also came up with Mouse Lamps, for those who prefer smaller animals.
Deep Dive into the Ocean
Take a dive deep into the ocean with Roxy Russell’s Medusae collection featuring five pendant lamps inspired by jellyfish species and Greek mythology.
Suspended mid-air, these gorgeous jellyfish bring with them tranquility and peace of the big blue world we’ve yet to explore.
A Fish Can Dry
Now this is one light you’ll never expect to see. Adopting the Icelandic tradition of drying fish, Fanney Antondsdóttir and Dögg Guðmundsdóttir created Uggi Lights.
Dried fish skins are skillfully gutted and cured, then installed with lighting. Uggi Lights hark back to the duo’s Icelandic heritage and cultural identity in a functional way, making it accessible to everyone.