Incredible Cloud-Inspired Designs
Ever wanted to try and sit on a cloud. They are so inviting and fluffy it’s no wonder designers take inspiration from clouds for their designs. These beautiful creations are beautiful but also functional and simply adorable.
Cloud Keyholder by Duncan Shottor is made of white plastic and hangs with help of three magnets that hold the keys just where you can see them. It’s a cute little hallway accessory that will keep your keys in place.
Cloud chair designed by Lisa Widén is a beautiful lounge chair that has a cloud-shaped seat and a reclining back. Thanks to the design the chair can slide into a more comfortable position.
Between Cloud and Sofa designed by Kei Harada is an amazing sofa made of different size oval cushions grouped together in a cloud shape.
Happy Cloud Coasters by Barefoot Dynasty come in a set of six and are made of Portugese cork.
Kenneth Cobonpue designed these amazing cloud-inspired lamps for Hive. The lamps’ cloud-shaped shades are made of cotton fiber on a frame that can also be reshaped if necessary.
Cumulus shelf by Swedish designer Carl Hagerling is another cloud-inspired wall decoration. It appears as if this shelf came from a cartoon or has been drawn on the wall.
DCS Corp used Japanese washi paper to create their cloud lamps that come in table and pendant versions as well as the table version that makes the lamp like a cloud served on a plate like a dessert.
Cloud lamps are particularly popular so here are more. Cloud Pendant Lamp is another offering from Hiv. Designed in 2005 by Frank Gehry the lamp is made of treated polyester fleece on the inner steel frame.
Le Nuage by Wout Wessemius strike an amazing resemblence to the original. The lamps made of polyester wadding look realistic and life-like while providing the gentle golden glow.
Elen Boutang is specializing on cloud-shaped lamps. Take a look at this lamp made of recycled polyethylene. What a beauty!
- cloud shape lamp
- different shapes for wooden coasters
- le nuage prezzi aut wessemius
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