Michael R sing, CEO of Absolut Lighting, first
succumbed to the fascination of light as a teenager. He was interested not only in the scientific and technical side of things but also in the cross cultural phenomenon. As a ...
The ceiling version of the Mercer lamp joins
this range of lighting fixtures that stand out for their subtle reversal of roles: the cloth shade is inside a structure of transparent blown glass. The glass delicately protects the shade ...
Suitable as a bedside lamp, one of its
principal characteristics is its versatility, based on its movable arm and swivel head. Optimum light is produced for it to be used as a focus of direct illumination, without causing dazzling. ...
Armed Sconces: Armeds sconces are designed with an extending arm that holds a single light, protruding from the base. Armed sconces can have a single arm or multiple arms.
Candle Sconce: Candle sconces are designed to resemble a candle and often feature candelabra bulbs.
Corner Wall Light: Corner wall sconces are designed to fit into the corner of a room. This will result in the back of the light having a 90 degree angle instead of being flat.
Flush Mount: Flush Mount wall sconces are mount directly to the wall. They often resemble flush mount ceiling lights and do not feature arms or extending designs.
Half Moon: Half moon lights are a unique style of flush mounts where the top half of the light is flat and the bottom half is round
Recessed Lights: Recessed wall lights hanve most of the fixture installed behind the wall, as opposed to being installed on the wall like a flush mount. These lights are often directional and used to accent stairways.
Wallchieres: Wallchieres often resemble a long torch light.