3.15.2012

bubble lamps


 




image via Design Sponge



 via The Marion House Book


I am lusting over one (or three) of these George Nelson bubble lamps. I want to put one by the foyer and one on my dining area.  I spy a couple on an upcoming auction. I can't wait!

4 comments:

  1. Its hard to beat these lamps. Really like the first photo with the lamp against the teal green wall.

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  2. Very nice lamps. In fact very simple and very elegant. Just the style I like. And then they can hang alone or together, which makes them very useful

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