The famous Sinus pendant lamp, designed by Poul Christiansen, is one of the most well-known Le Klint pendants. It is available in several sizes and is today seen in many places, both in our private homes and also our workplaces. Many companies will welcome you with Le Klint lamps in their reception, where the lamps with their discreet elegance is a natural part of the décor. The large Sinus lamp (model 172) is seen in many large halls and are both popular in Denmark and abroad.
Model 181 and Model 57 are both very popular lamps in a corner of the living room, for example between two sofas, where the lamps provide a nice light and helps give the room a cozy atmosphere. The white lamps fit any furniture, both white and black modern furniture, mahogany furniture and leather sofas and chairs.
Le Klint pendants are often seen above the dining table or coffee table. Among the new lamps Lounge, Donut, Snowdrop or Sunflower are the most popular. Sinus, model 171, model 172 and model 175 is an obvious choice. Finally, the classic Le Klint pleated lampshade - model 1 or 2 - is also an extremely popular dining table lamp or coffee table lamp. The lamps can be used as lampshades for table lamps, but can also be hung from the ceiling with an electric hanging and be used as a lamp over the dining room table. This is especially a popular choice among young people, because it is a relatively inexpensive solution while you get a sure classic. At the same time the simple lampshade often fits better in a small apartment than the larger pendants do.
Le Klint model 26 and model 30 are particularly suitable as lamp for the bedroom, lamp for office or lamp to the entrance hall. Both ceiling lights are placed close to the ceiling and the light bulb is surrounded by the lamp itself, and both models give a good light. There are two bulbs in each lamp, pointing in opposite directions, so the whole room is illuminated. Le Klint ceiling lights are classic and timeless and fit in any home.