• Wall lights: beautiful and functional
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    Wall lights: beautiful and functional

    Often considered decorative, the wall sconces are indeed decorative, but also functional. ) Pour toutes pièces de la maison, à l’intérieur, comme à l’extérieur, elles procurent lumière directe ou indirecte et mettent en valeur les objets. (source photo: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/560346378607172142/ ) For all rooms in the house, indoors and outdoors, they provide direct or indirect light and highlight objects. To illuminate paintings, furniture or a specific object, the sconces can be used according to your desires. These can also illuminate downward, upward or both to highlight a wall angle, illuminate a mirror and bring bright spots to certain areas of a room. ) (source: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/29132728810841310/“> Today, wall sconces are everywhere: in…

  • The decoration lights up on the lantern
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    The decoration lights up on the lantern

    Share 276 276 +1 It’s soon summer and the evenings outside will begin to multiply. We take out the candles and the lanterns are not very far to prevent the wind from extinguishing them. ) Classiques, en bois, en fer forgé, en métal, en rotin et bien d’autres matières, les lanternes se déclinent en bougeoirs, en lustre, en lampions… Élégantes et raffinées, elles vous éclaireront tout l’été à l’extérieur, mais aussi à l’intérieur pour les soirées d’hiver à venir. (source photo: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/242842604877454068/ ) Classics, wood, wrought iron, metal, rattan and many other materials, lanterns are available in candlesticks, chandelier, in lanterns … Elegant and refined, they will light you all…

  • Blow of heart: paper lights by Jean-Luc Mare
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    Blow of heart: paper lights by Jean-Luc Mare

    Inspired by Japan, these paper lights are both fragile and resistant. Playing with shadows and light, the juxtaposition of many sheets of paper creates different and aesthetic forms where each lighting is unique and takes its place in the decor. Originally an advertising graphic designer, Jean-Luc Mare uses paper as a raw material for his works. Inspired by strong Japanese influences, he created a series of luminaires from paper for printing and editing, packaging, tracing or techniques such as filtration. As and when his creativity, the artist bends, crumples, tears or heats the paper to capture and restore the properties of paper. So he plays elegantly with resistance, transparency, opacity…