What’s old is new again!
A battered piece of driftwood crafted into a sculptural one-of-a-kind lamp is feeling very current with a nod to the late 60’s/early 70’s. I’m digging how these are coastal with a dose of industrial due to a hint exposed brass-tone hardware.
In fact, driftwood lamps can go in so many design directions. Obviously the organic pieces have a nautical feel. Perhaps less obvious is that the sculptural aspect lends itself to a modern or mid-century modern design as well.
The lamps can also be the statement piece in an otherwise traditional room. Lastly, let’s not leave out the boho style that is trending hard right now. Mixing driftwood with layers of pattern gives your eye a place to rest in bohemian design aesthetic.
All of the credit on the driftwood lamp collection goes to Ryan, my partner in crime & design. He conceptualized, designed and wired each piece. I think he did a phenomenal job. They’re all for sale although we’re sad to part with them. That’s typical here, though. We can’t keep them all!