Do you need to be reminded about the importance of lamps? That is probably not the case so why not check out all these artichoke lamps, all of which have their own functionality and elegance. In the end, will you be able to decide wisely or do you still need more time?
Artichoke Outdoor 30" H Table Lamp with Empire Shade
Gorgeous table lamp. Resin base with artichoke sculpture and empire shade, off white. The lamp is designed to be used in your outdoors living area and is heavy and well sealed to resist all weather.
PCL Artichoke 31" H Table Lamp with Empire Shade
It is very decorative and extremely elegantly decorated lamp on a table. It has a very precise, carefully and finely carving leg. By this it is so unusual and captivating. It gives the impression of delicacy. Lampshade is large, but for the balance very calm and simple.
Dutch Magazine: VT WONEN, Styling: Fietje Bruijn, Photography: Dennis Brandsma
OLD & NEW: In a Boston brownstone kitchen, architects Katarina Edlund and Scott Slarsky (of designLAB Architects) paired marble-topped work stations with a Poul Henningsen artichoke lamp suspended from an ornate plaster medallion.
Artichoke pendant. E' lui, un carciofo artico che sembra nascere da un grumo di ghiaccio, da un qualche animale preistorico dotato di squame, di branchie, di ali. Lui basta a se stesso. Disegnato da Poul Henningsen.
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Here's our take on the Ph Artichoke lamp. Start with a round Regolit paper lampshade from Ikea (or a balloon, if you’re planning to do this ...
Artichoke Lamp - Copper Designed by Poul Henningsen The consummate modernist chandelier, is composed of layers of overlapping "leaves," which produce crisp, glare-free light from 360 degrees. DWRDining
Nordic bohemia In her home, Henriette mixes Indian metal tableware with Dutch tiles. All the memories of family trips coexist harmoniously in this beautiful nordic space.
I made a light fixture out of wood veneer in grad school for a project. It did not look this cool.
Love the wooden floor, mixes great with the Arne Jacobsen chairs series 7 and the Poul Henningsen PH Artichoke lamp
An old crumbling industrial building has been transformed into a modern and spacious home in Berlin, Germany.
A Kitchen with a Vintage Artichoke Lamp, Reproduction Prouvé stools from Miguel Saco in the kitchen of fashion stylist Lori Goldstein’s Chelsea apartment designed by Joe D’Urso; the vintage Artichoke lamp is by Poul Henningsen
Paper Artichoke Luminaries · I love the sheet music idea, but these would be beautiful with so many different types of paper.
I think my Mother would be staying at my house too often if this was the guest bedroom. Love it.
Crimean pinecone by designer Pavel Eekra is an incredible construction of semi-transparent veneers of natural maple. These wooden scales are cut so very thin that they stop just short of transparent, yet they’re perfectly sufficient to let the lovely i
Artichoke Lamp. Authentic Version: $9,740 DIY Version: ~$25 Get the directions from Design and Paper.
Craftberry Bush made from plastic spoons. This is kinda fun looking and a great way to use up some leftover plastic spoons lying around.
PH Artichoke Lamp, Poul Henningsen. 1958. Copper and steel, h. 28 3/8" (72.1 cm), diam. 33 1/4" (84.5 cm). Manufactured by Louis Poulsen & Co., Copenhagen, Denmark. Gift of the manufacturer
Turn over a new leaf with a Chelsom Artichoke Pendant Lamp.The stunning pendant features several curved metal leaves with an internal gold leaf that reflects a warm glow to illuminate the piece.The lighting solution is made from wrought iron and steel whi
I'm a big fan of this super stylish dining space with the Artichoke Lamp in copper. |
Cynara Table Lamp geometric wood sculpture accent by SectorXero, $180.00
Design highlight at home: "Artichoke" Lamp in silver and light rose | lighting . Beleuchtung . luminaires | vegetable: artichoke . Gemüse: Artischocke . légume: artichaud | Design: Poul Henningsen @ Louis Poulsen |
Such a fan of wooden floor ceilings, and fireplaces. Ones surrounded by books, better! (the artichoke lamp is also found in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
Add character with a feature wall. Not this in particular, but an idea for the nook where the front entry closet used to be? Just a thought.