A trio of Nelson Bubble Lamps designed by a mid-century design super star George Nelson makes a bold, yet playful statement hung above the breakfast nook table. It's not only a great conversation piece, it provides plenty of light once the sun goes down.
What better way to enjoy a bath than with a fun, bubbly trim around the tub? The dark blue circles contrast with the white beveled tile, adding a playful splash of color to the space. Design by Charmean Neithart Interiors.
A white bubble chair covered in fur is so simple and yet so sophisticated; they also work well in a retro-themed space. These chairs are composed of acrylic and fake fur, making them a great choice for a teens bedroom.
One of the most iconic styles of midcentury-modern lighting is the Nelson Bubble pendant. Made of vinyl and available in shapes ranging from spheres to lanterns and cigars, these collector's items can be grouped together for a one-of-a-kind look with a Nelson Triple Bubble Fixture Kit. Once the proper spacing is created, the cords are cut to size, and the kit is wired to the junction box.
This living room has a bold design with a bubble chair and bright green and red accents. A bold black wall sets off the pops of color in the drape, the pillow in the bubble chair. The blaxk and white graphic area room ties the room together.
The scent of this woodland garden changes with the seasons, from the spring bulbs that burst forth beginning in April until the last blossom of the ‘Honorine Jobert’ anemones in November. A walkway leads through the gorgeous greenery, with seats and fountains along the way so that the owners can fully enjoy the scenery.