The Knotty Bubbles lighting collection by Lindsey Adelman are all made with lights held within irregular shaped glass balls that in turn are held with khaki rope and while other light collections are also made with glass and rope, these ones feature rope that is tied in knot after knot after knot.
Sometimes the glass bobbles are clear and sometimes they are not. Sometimes the lamps feature one bobble and sometimes there are more and in this case the second bobble also features a hook that connects the two together.
It’s the randomness of the bobble shapes and knots that really express that nautical idea, one can almost envision a fish net below full of the days harvest.
It would be fun to have a seafood dinner below a pair of the Knotty Bubbles Lighting don’t you think?
The nautical theme of the Knotty Bubbles Lighting means it fits in well with a seaside cottage, a coastal home, or a nature inspired setting.
The Knotty Bubbles Lighting even comes as sconces.
This style of Knotty Bubbles Lighting is perfect for a dining room where the light box is not centred over the table.
While most of the Knotty Bubbles Lighting features clear or white bobbles, a couple of versions also have small black bobbles knotted into the vignettes.
The black glass adds another layer of drama to the lights – almost like black pearls.
The Edison bulbs within the Knotty Bubbles Lighting bobbles adds another element of detail that keeps these light fixtures so interesting.
This tailored vignette showcases that a nautical inspired lighting design does not have to be in a nautical themed interior design.
All the Knotty Bubbles Lighting feature an S-hook at the electrical box that holds the khaki rope,
The artistic Knotty Bubbles Lighting fixtures hold there own next to fine art either on the wall or sculpturally sitting on a table or floor.
The Knotty Bubbles Lighting even looks awesome next to a horse.
I like how this vignette includes a bowl made of random sized black glass balls.
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