Interlacing wooden slats are used in the composition by designer and you can choose from 11 different wood veneer finishes and bring home a pendant that complements the existing wooden accents in the room.
There’s something both retro and modern about Mirror Ball Gold which is no surprise considering this lighting was originally inspired by disco balls and space helmets. To apply shine to this piece a thin layer of metal is vaporized onto the inside surface of the globe.
Overhead lights which started as a necessity during the height of the Industrial Revolution in factories all over the globe soon found the status of intriguing design elements that brought textural and visual contrast to modern interiors.
Here’s another shot of the palm pendant lights which helps give a sense of size scale and color. Note how well the pieces work in a modern interior: We’ll end by shining the spotlight on the Candlestick Pendant Light from CB2 which reminds us that is continuing to evolve in the realm of pendant lighting. So is the use of intricate bulbs to add a dash of unexpected style!
On first look you would imagine that the lovely is also from the LZF lineup but this Scandinavian beauty was designed by Antoni Arola for Santa &Cole. A sleek stainless steel frame and thin slats of birch wood make up this posh pendant that turns heads with its sheer compositional beauty and sense of unmatched lightness.
Arguably the most iconic element of industrial style these pendant lights work in a variety of interiors and blend in seamlessly with more modern themes. The that we have lined up today showcase the diversity and beauty of industrial-style lighting.
One such style that is currently topping the trend charts and transforming contemporary homes across the world is industrial. The distinct elements of the industrial style bring along with them simplicity practicality and efficiency. And few epitomize this like .
When adjustable steel shades are at your disposal you can strategically illuminate key features and areas in the room of your choice! This Tripel Floor Lamp from CB2 is designed by Mermelada Estudio. Steel is the material of choice but the chrome finish is what really gets noticed:
These custom lighting fixtures end up being mesmerizing focal points and instant conversation starters and you can even add a few flea market finds to give the interior a more vintage industrial style.
Spherical pendant lamps can’t help but evoke a sleek retro look. The Soneca Frosted Pendant Light from CB2 was designed by Robert and Cortney Novogratz. Its form was inspired by a pair of antique lamps the couple bought on their first trip to Brazil. A stainless steel fixture meets a frosted acrylic globe in an unforgettable combination of materials:
Speaking of pendant lights that add drama the sensational by Raimond Puts seems to bring the charm of a star-studded night indoors with absolute ease! The design of this perfect sphere with tiny LED lights is a mathematical masterstroke that transformed the world of lighting.
Here’s another look. Note how the pendant is a larger version of the terrariums on the dresser next to the bed. Learn more about these faceted terrariums here. Once again we see this time in compact form with the Krannel/Gille Glass Pendant. Industrial style comes to life thanks to metal ceramic and a glass shade in a milk finish:
The petite glass chandelier also is ideal for those who have small bathrooms and cannot afford the luxury of a cascading chandelier in all its splendor. These beautiful chandeliers work well in compact powder rooms as well and they couple functionality with form in a tasteful and trendy fashion.