Published at Wednesday, 10 July 2019. modern furniture. By Scott Porter.
The term "retro" derives from the Latin word retro, meaning "backwards" or "in past times" and refers to a nostalgic view towards the past. Retro style design can be any kind of interior design that turns to the past decades for inspiration, but usually "retro" is used in connection with design styles that take their cue from the 1960s and 1970s. An important aspect of a retro interior is lighting. The popular lamp shade design in 1960s and 1970s was inspired by op-art or optical art (a genre of pop-art) which makes use of optical illusions.
Moroccan lighting designs can include some which are extraordinarily intricate as well as some which are very simple, as well as all points in between. Henna lamps are one popular style, due to the hand painting with Henna to create the designs that skilled artisans put on these lamps. Moroccan lanterns are also a favorite style because they work well both inside and outside the home. Moroccan lamps and lanterns at much more than just light to any room in your home. These pieces will also add beauty, elegance, and mystery, and they can be found in almost any price ranges. When you choose Moroccan home lighting options you are also choosing a unique and individual piece of art.
In contrast to Konkylie the lamellae were positioned vertically, reducing the accumulation of dust. Other designer famous for his futuristic looking modern pendant lamps is Simon Karkov. His lamps - NORM 03, NORM 06 and particularly the NORM 69 are classical examples of best Danish design. NORM 69 an award-winning lamp consisting of 69 identical white plastic parts though designed in 1969 is still sold widely all over the world. It was produced in a few sizes and it is very suitable for minimalistic modern interiors. NORM 69 is a real favourite with contemporary interior designers.
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