Clouds are the most beautiful creation of nature. They are mostly associated with weightlessness and emotions – whether happiness, sadness or imagination. Everyone tries to find their favorite character in them. They appear like white cotton balls drifting across the blue sky in slow motion. Continuously changing dimensions and forms make them a perfect source of inspiration for designers seeking out new design ideas. A lamp inspired by the fluffy form of clouds is a great example.
The cloud lamps are a great centerpiece for any room. They are so beautiful that you will definitely end up buying or creating one.
Here is a collection of some of the most awesome cloud lamps designed to bring flashes and peals of thunder to space.
# How about a floating cloud Bluetooth speaker that can set your desk alight while playing your favorite music and floating in the air? It is designed by Richard Clarkson and Studio Crealev. The specialty of the floating cloud lamp are the built-in Bluetooth speaker and sound-reactive LED lights that deliver close-to-reality effect of thunder and rain. It uses magnetic levitation to float over its oval base. It costs $4,620.
# This DIY cloud lamp is beautiful and easy-to-build. You can make one with a plastic ball, cotton, and LED lights. Try making one at home to impress your family members.
# These attractive paper pendant lamps can spruce up any home interiors. Japan-based 24-Degree Studio makes these Airy lampshades from tear proof and washable laminated Japanese rice paper. Inspired by lightweight form of clouds, this lamp collection can add stylish touch to any living space. Price staring from $70 at 24-Degree Studio.
# New York-based designer Richard Clarkson created this amazing audio-visual cloud-shaped pendant lamp. With built-in lights and speaker, it offers a cool lightening effect and roars of a real thunderstorm. Amazing, isn’t it?
# Designed by Italian architect and designer Mario Bellini for Nemo Lighting, the Nuvola suspended lamp is made of natural opal polyethylene. The shape of cloud helps it creating a dreamy atmosphere.
# Designed by Andreas Hopf and Axel Nordin, this cloud-like ceiling lamp will look great above a dining table. Each pendant has a brass panel underneath that emits light in a unique, angular pattern that mimics a sliced meteorite.