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Bubble Lights

July 29th, 2009 · No Comments · Modern Lighting

Bubble Light, it is just as it sounds.  Would this be an onimonipia?  When I Google searched this term, I was hard pressed to come up with anything other then the old fashioned Christmas tree lights, that…well of course, bubble.  However, this Bubble light idea is not new to the lighting industry.  George Nelson first introduced his version of the bubble light in 1947. It was produced by Howard Miller in the 1950’s. There are many examples of this Bubble light in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.  That was then…

Bubble Lights…this is now. Other designers and manufacturers that have put there own spin on this bubble idea.  Literally, the fixtures look like bubbles hanging from the ceiling.   The simplicity of these fixtures will create drama and whimsy to any room. These “bubbles” are going everywhere and being used in all decorating styles.  With the resurgence of “retro” styling, these are even more popular today.

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