It was Nate Berkus who said “I hate sets. I’ve always hated sets. I think that if you have a dining room set break it up!” Hate might be a touch too strong a word but often dining room sets do indeed breed monotony and boredom.
Every time you think of industrial lighting fixtures the first thing that comes to mind is the kitchen. With an endless array of pendant light choices available for the kitchen island the task of narrowing the selection down to one can indeed be daunting.
Birdy is a modernist table wall and floor lamp series that was designed in 1952 by Norwegian interiors architect Birger Dahl. The series was relaunched in 2013 by Northern Lighting an Oslo-based lighting company who ensured Birdy’s original shape and features were preserved.
Crafted from fibreglass soaked in epoxy resin the Non Random Light is for those who would want to create an instant focal point in the room without a major overhaul. While the light is most often used in kitchens and dining rooms it is also a great choice for those looking to give bedside lighting an ingenious space-saving twist.
Utility is the that distinguishes industrial style from others and defines its finer details. Instead of splurging on a set of new industrial-style pendants that you adore why not turn some of the stuff catching dust in your attic into unique pendants?
Everything from old radiators pulleys and wire baskets to reclaimed theater lights and vintage factory pendants can be turned into stylish pendants for your kitchen and living room.