It wasn’t until we visited Dosa designer Christina Kim’s downtown LA loft that we collectively developed an intense longing for all things salmon pink. From dish sponges to linens, Kim carefully accents the concrete space with blush tones.
Her bathroom, for example, is lit by pink fluorescent tube lights designed with hardware parts by architect Lindon Schultz. A few of us at Remodelista have had “build pink tube lamp” jotted on our to-do lists ever since, and earlier this week, we stumbled across a tempting ready-made version for under $200.
Above: An overhead fluorescent tube lamp in the bath casts a rosy glow. Photograph by Matthew Williams from Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home.
Above: A detail of the double fluorescent light. Photograph by Matthew Williams from Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home.
Above: The Neon Tube Light radiates hot blush light in the dark; $179 at Urban Outfitters.
Above: The tube light is made of glass encased in plastic and bookended in wood. It plugs into a standard electrical outlet via a cord on one end; on the other end is a loop for hanging.
Above: Urban Outfitters also sells a wooden Neon Tube Light Stand for standing the light upright; $39.
For more on Christina Kim, see our post Design Sleuth: The Must-Have Vase of the Design Cognoscenti. For more on architect Lindon Schultz, see Studio Visit: At Work with Two Downtown LA Pioneers.