At Red Knot we lo-ove accessories!
Our trendy buying team makes it a point to find fun accessories at market. It’s no surprise when one day, our showrooms were filled with the latest, jaw-droppingly-gorgeous-but-not-over-the-top-conversation-starter-and-too-pretty-to-use lighting accessories ever seen at Red Knot.
A post last March introduced the basics of lighting. Today, we’re taking it up a notch, sharing with you some of our “superlights”. These are our lighting accessories currently in the limelight. We’re talking F-A-N-C-Y, fancy– (but you already know).
Let us introduce to you…
…The Glamorous One
Ladies, your dream has come true. A stylish “chandelier” lamp without the weight and cost of the real one! This pendant lamp screams glamour and chic with three tiers of cascading silver loops. Hang it over your bed or vanity, and it brings out your inner diva. You were born to be a superstar!
…The Thomas Edison(s)
A nod to the man who developed the first commercially successful lightbulb, these Thomas Edison lights are our most recognized designs. Perfect for those who want a part of history in their home, or to add a trace of antiquity in a nominal way. Also great to have around for anyone looking for inspiration or ideas. Don’t you just love those lightbulb aha! moments?
Literally, a burst of floral polypropylene cutouts. The multi-layer cutouts create a burst of white floral fringe. Extraordinarily detailed and unique, we have never seen anything like it. Putting it together was well quite… perplexing…however the end result is breathtaking.
…The Blind Moon
Did you know that a circle can be made of straight lines? The circular shape consists of ribbons, made with plastic similar to window blinds, which are layered and interlocked to create an intricate sphere. This contemporary linear sphere pendant light brings a unique take on the moon shape we are naturally familiar with. Hence, the blind moon, get it? ;P
…The Weathered Element
There’s something about the nature of an element such as hydrargyrum (in layman’s term Hg, or quicksilver a.k.a mercury) that can bring character into a space. Vintage yet stunning, this mercury glass table lamp features a crackled metallic finish. Trust us on this, what you see is not rust.
…The Crystal Snowballs
These sphere lamps could also be called “the disco balls”, but boring ones without all the fun colors, so maybe not. It reminded us primarily of snowballs, which is so much better, because you know, in Hawaii snow and building a snowman is what we wish we had as part of our childhood. Oh Elsa, we just can’t let it go.
….The Artist’ Scroll
This beautiful lamp features elaborate gold print on a drum shade. If henna tattoos and Victorian damask print had a baby, this artwork will be it. The candlestick base is painted white with a crystal glass finish for an elegant touch. We have no problem of letting this one just sit there looking oh-so-pretty.
Lastly, we can’t leave this final one hanging… (yes, pun intended 🙂 )
The Honorable Mention…
Only the most creative mind can appreciate this thing of beauty. The globe metal sphere hangs like a boss, adding a point of interest in any room it is placed in. You can place any chandelier, candelabras, or pendant light, of your choice as size allows within the sphere. This globe sphere has been widely used in different spaces for residential, retail and commercial space. The most popular placement is the dining room!
What do you think of our new lighting accessories? Did we light up your world? 😉