Glass wall plates introduction
Glass wall plates are also referred as wall flowers, glass bowls. There are many kind of plates can decorate the wall. The plate wall was popular in the 1950s and '60s, often mounted on rustic wooden shelves in kitchens or displayed in formal dining rooms. More than 60 years later, this vintage staple is having another moment, recently showing up in both Gwyneth Paltrow's Montecito, California, home and designer J.J. Using plates as wall decoration can sometimes be seen as old-fashioned, but this shows just how modern the look can be.
Decorative wall plates can be made of porcelain, bone china, clay, glass or melamine among other materials. However, the most popular choice among these is glass wall plates. They are beautiful, durable,colorful,shiny and easy to clean.
These lighting fixtures, handcrafted using the same techniques for making Murano glass, are ideal for dressing up large empty spaces. No piece of modern machinery was used to manufacture this light fixture; each plate is made by an artisan with years of experience.The applications of color on each piece are totally random and individual to the specific artist/piece. Truly, each one of these wall art pieces is as unique as a fingerprint. It can be formed into virtually any shape and on any scale; it can be clear or vividly rainbow-colored. It can be shaped into different style such as wrinkle edge or different texture. It can come in multi-layers with other ornaments like beads. Typically used as light fixtures, wall hangings, and freestanding sculptures or bowls, blown glass has a place in practically every design scheme.
The glass wall plates doesn't go with lights as the light comes from ceiling light.You can install some spot ceiling lights as the lighting sauce.
This one-of-a-kind lighting fixture will bring the light and design to any space to creating a landscape of wall plates or a ceiling in full bloom.