How many times did you look at that rustic-looking chandelier above a dining table that seems to mimic the form of natural branches and wish you could have it? If you are looking to give your home a facelift this winter with a similar pendant the by is the answer!
British designer Ilse Crawford describes the w084t2 as a sturdy friend who is unpretentious and always there. Its design has an honest character and one can imagine this light offering inspiration during long working days and nights.
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.
Strips of wood entwined to create mesmerizing pendant lights is a trend that seems to be catching on with designers across the globe and both Anfora and Leonardo fit the billing perfectly. Comes from the impressive lineup of suspension lights from LZF that also include other knotty beauties such as Link and Nut and it comes in three different exclusive versions.
A truly iconic British design the Anglepoise® Original1227™ task light was launched in 1935 and is widely regarded as the archetypal Anglepoise® light. The classic profile and somewhat jaunty shape of this characterful light graces desks the world over.
It took some time for the trend to catch on but soon designers across the world were following in the footsteps of Raimond Puts in an effort to match the beauty symmetry and dazzling allure of the original Raimond Lamp. Purity of form and pristine splendor define this pendant and if you are looking for options beyond the sphere there is also the oval
It is lighting that makes or breaks the appeal of an interior and with a simple change in the lighting scheme you can completely alter the ambiance of a home. This is probably one of the reasons for the wide range of lighting options that designers constantly seem to unleash.
Adding a touch of geometric elegance to your interior the three lighting fixtures on display today promise to transform the ambiance of any room that they adorn. Part of the decor collection at Moooi each of these pendants brings something unique and exceptional while complementing the existing style and theme of your home.
Another creation of versatile Spanish designer Miguel Herranz is for those who prefer wavy curves to intricate knots. The cool suspension lamp works both as a pendant and as a contemporary chandelier depending on where and how you use it.
While some add color others tend to bring in geometric intrigue and then there are those that usher in a sheen of metallic glitter. It is indeed all about different strokes for different folks!
We end with a few selections that showcase emerging trends in the world of pendant lighting. One such trend: Designers like Tom Dixon make this easy for us by creating collections such as the Beat collection shown below.
Another popular design trend: mixed materials! That’s one reason this Crane Floor Lamp from CB2 is so on-trend. Designed by Paul Isabella the lamp features an abundance of two-toned style created by a strong contrast of matte black and sleek brass. Check out the shade’s brass interior!
You may have acrylic furniture in your home but have you ever considered acrylic lighting solutions?! The Tube Top Floor Lamp from Room & Board is designed by Peter Stathis for Pablo Pardo. A mesh fabric shade is the icing on this beautifully designed cake. Though you may not be able to tell from the photos this lamp utilizes two bulbs for maximum shine.
Many designers seem to prefer placing a cascading chandelier right above the bathtub. Make sure that the chandelier can take the humidity and the ceilings are high enough to be able to pull off this look. If you are looking for an ideal cascading chandelier for your bathroom then a light fixture like the lovely Possini Euro Floating Bubble Light is a great choice indeed.
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.