20 Animal-shaped lamps for nature lovers
Designers can really express themselves through lighting and the range of styles ranges from everything and everything, even birds, beetles, animals and fish. The focus of the interior design is now the topic of outdoor. The designs, inspired by nature, are in the spotlight and these 20 wildly exciting animal-shaped lamps have caught our attention.
TI.VEDO is an owl-shaped lamp for walls and tables made of matte white ceramic from Matteo Ugolini Designs.
I just love the eyes!
With these cute cat lights (above) from House of MiCha the black cat gets a whole new interpretation – “instead of meaning something threatening, it is a light bearer”.
Catlamps can sit, stand, walk and stretch, just like your typical cat.
The MiCha collection consists of four different poses.
The Monkey Lamp is available in three versions: standing, sitting and climbing. Both versions are so much fun and whether they are used individually or together, they are certainly an important conversation piece.
What a fantastic light in a green area.
The Fish Lamp by Frank Gehry was first created in 1984 when he experimented with Formica and accidentally dropped the laminate. He used the broken pieces to create the fish scales, and the rest, they say, is history.
Whatshisname’s Good Dog lamp is supposed to make you uncomfortable and that makes it safe for me – and yet it is part of everyday life for us dog owners. As uncomfortable as this lamp makes me, it also makes me smile and I like to smile.
These whimsical giraffe lamps are from Leanter. The way he turned the giraffe spots into cavities through which the chord would meander is simply awesome.
Neon never looked better! This blue bird light pendant also comes in pink and is the design of McCollin Bryan.
The Fox table lamp is part of the Gunnar Soren Petersen “Gren Light” series. It has an operable nose that darkens or lightens its ears, depending on how you turn it.
Howling Wolf by Sturlesi Design is part of their new Full Moon Night-Light collection. There is nothing like the sound of howling wolves talking to each other and their voices echoing across a body of water. And that’s exactly what I think when I look at this beautiful work of art.
The Concrete Elephant Lamp is part of the laser engraved iLLumite collection by Sturl Design, all handmade.
While the illuminate collection consists of many images, the Safari series fascinates me like this Concrete Rhino Lamp. I love how the LEDs shine from the engraved geometric lines.
The Richard Dog Lamp by Formzoo Design for Vinyl Fondue is another dog design that has a somewhat uncomfortable aesthetic. It’s a doggy pun on your face with a sense of humor.
LumiNose is a minimalist, dog-shaped lamp by Elizabeth Zimmerer, held together with just four screws and wing nuts. Nevertheless, she can be set to sit straight, straighten up, lie down and even get into the “Let’s Play” position.
Rat a tat did, Leti is a pendant lamp by Studio Macura, which is equipped with a 3D-woodpecker, which is clipped to the light cable.
So easy, so beautiful.
The Buzz on Swarm Light by Jangir Maddadi is that it’s a fan favorite.
Swarm has such a natural appearance that it’s hard to believe that it was a human being and not nature itself that designed this pendant.
Pop Up Lighting by Bikoyski Design has its muse in pop-up books and while the folded origami-style aluminum deer heads pop up, this is not the only exciting thing about this design.
The other exciting aspect of Pop Up Lighting is the fact that the antlers appear only when the light is on.
Polly has a cracker? No? How about a small kinetic luminance? The Perch Light by Umut Yamac is not only a lamp, but also a rock sack handmade paper parrot that is activated by touching the brass rod. Touched or blown by a breeze, it also swings back and forth.
This dog of a lamp is the design of Egle Stonkute, its shiny white coat is laser-cut plexiglass and the brightness of the inner LED is determined by whether Trololo is sitting or watching nicely.
Another cute doggie named Dog Lamp by Matt Pugh uses a lampshade for his head. Inspired by Matt’s dog Sampson, it’s safe to say that Sampson thinks this design is furious!
Duck Lamp also by Matt Pugh as with his Dog Lamp has a beautifully carved dark tulip or oak wood shape for his body and comes with a white, red or tassel lampshade.
The Medusae collection by Roxy Russel Design is inspired by the fragility of the oceanic ecosystem. It’s their concern about the amount of plastic in the ocean that led them to use PET, a recyclable plastic material for this collection.