The growing fashion for the old also affects modern track lighting. From the old and humble lamps, oil lamps and kerosene lamps, to the majestic chandeliers that shine in the great and aristocratic salons. Going through more rustic designs in wrought iron and wood or models that had their peak in the time of transition. Also, elements rescued from industrial times more backward and that at the time were original pieces very extended.
In any case, the light that radiates all the modern track lighting models that you are going to see next is sifted by some other ray of the past, more or less recent, transporting to the present a flash of epochs and more ancient customs. Copper has traditionally been a material widely used in homes, especially in kitchens where there were many containers, pots and many other utensils.
Sometimes, even lamps like those of the image that could well adorn any kitchen of a new or restored town evoking those other times in which life was much simpler. We get this car wheel modern track lighting with five lights, typical of rustic environments and ideal for example for a cellar or rural house dining room. With finishes in wrought iron and candle-shaped bulbs, it rolls through the roof, leaving behind a noble and easy-going air.