... segment at right angles to the shaft. The swivel that allows the shade to rotate horizontally is fastened onto the head of the wall bracket, without a lever effect, and although the arm cannot be opened out or folded ...
... cable downwards to the nearest socket. The shaft has a beech handle at the bottom end to adjust the shade according to the light strength needed.
... transition from the vertical shaft (that incorporates a beech extension at the bottom) to the horizontal shaft, joining it to the wall and hiding the socket.
A pivoting metal arm comprising an angled tube that fits into a bracket, also made of metal, hiding the wall plug.
This is a minimalist square or rectangular wall lamp, the arched ribbon or parchment shade of which cleverly hides the light source from the side view. Highly convenient for narrow hallways or corridors.
A lightweight white linen shade, with no visible structure, is affixed to the wall to prevent the light source from being directly in view from the side.
... collection of short and long wall lamps comprises a simple beech channel into which the white or beige parchment shade is partially inserted. The short wall lamp can ...
This variation on the long TMM wall lamp incorporates a metal channel and a white methacrylate shade, making both materials more damp resistant than their wooden and parchment counterparts.
... Cesta collection, what this iconic wall lamp also has in common with the Cesta family is its opal globe shape and its formal grace. Available in matte white or dark bronze, the structure used to grip ...