Lamps are an important element of home decor. Even though a variety of designer lamps are available, only a few can become an absolute centerpiece irrespective of their setting. The unique rope-like lamps by New York-based Luke Lamp Co. are an example of such a lighting solution. Owing to their flexibility and ease of installation, these lamps are making waves in the interior design industry.
These handcrafted rope lights are malleable and can be folded, looped, and twisted according to personal desire. This is the main feature that makes them different from most of the other options available on the market. The lamps are available in pendant, suspension and sconce versions.
Lately, American designer Kelly Wearstler posted a video of the Shield Sconce on Instagram, where she can be seen folding the twisting the lamp. The video has received a good response, and continues to do so. Have a look below:
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These flexible LED lights are made with commercial-grade 24V 2835 LEDs, a flexible diffuser, and a braided exterior. They deliver ~120 lumens of even light per foot with no hot spots and allow for a variety of possibilities of installations depending on the size required.
The rope lamps present an option to customize their overall length, style, and finish. These are also dimmable with a separate driver installation for control remotely.
Since the inception of Luke Lamp Co. in 2011, these lights have been employed in a number of interior design projects and continue to win hearts. The rope lamps are available from the official website starting at $1,800. It takes 8-10 weeks on average to conceive one set of lights.
The Shield Sconce Collection is the latest in the studio’s collection, which includes wall-mounted lamps. Take a look at the different options offered by Luke Lamp Co. below: