Kenton Desk Lamp With Metal Shade



Modernism is mostly perceived as being a cold and impersonal style that can be used both in your apartment and in an industrial area, too. It is full of sharp edges and big colourful patterns and, in the field of furniture, is not as warm as other styles. Well, there are some furniture designers who have succeeded blending modernism with warm and one of them is Thomas O’Brien. He brought a new style to furniture and also lighting, tableware, textiles, carpets and bedding and bath collections. His style is unique and nice, as he tries and succeeds bringing a personal note to each of his works. This Kenton Desk Lamp With Metal Shade is the perfect example for him.

It looks pretty cool and modern with its shiny polished nickel finish, yet warm enough to be used in your living room and not in a huge hall or office desk. The base of this desk lamp is square and the metal shade is attached with a thin yet strong oval to this base. The lamp works with 2 – 40 Watt  light bulbs and offers enough light for a desk. It looks great and the polished silvery surface even reflects the images around like a mirror. In case you were curious, this product sells for $630.


Published by in Lighting, on October 26th, 2011

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