|David Trubridge Lighting. Beautiful colors.|
I love, love love David Trubridge's lights. I have to figure out how to work one in someday. Can you see the shadows this beauty casts in the background?
The lights were displayed perfectly to show the full effect of their glow/shadow combo.
Another favorite. A giant Kindle Living outdoor light. Their tagline is "The Patio Heater Reinvented." I get a kick out of their big giant Alice in Wonderland lights. They had a smaller presence then last year... not that I am reading anything into it.
I was entranced with Light in Art's unique stained glass lights.
These are ceiling lights. How awesome would they look on your 50's ceiling fixture?
Pretty dangley little things.
These custom blown glass chandeliers from Seth Park Glass are entrancing. I imagine they are used in a few restaurant installations. A little big rock and roll, and a little bit art deco.
Okay, cheating. This should have been left for the odds and ends post. But I love this Christmas tree and am going to get one for work this year for our pole decorating contest. I shall win. Yes it lights up and is a decal -- from Wallflower.
Awesome!!!! Totally flat.
Can you see from this picture the tree is flat?
Go over to Wallflower and browse those decals. I am so, so tempted to redecorate our office right now.
Some fantastical little silver blobs. I love them, but they do frighten me. A little.
I'll end with some of my favorite lights at Dwell. Modfire!
Oh, I so totally want that.
These are little mini Modfire's.
You can see the color chips on the base of this display.
My husband totally badgers me for fire pits. This one I would gladly give in to. I think orange. What do you think?
Two more days of Dwell posts left. I promised 5 posts in 5 days and I will stick to it!