We start off with pendants that seem to effortlessly combine the inherent minimalism of industrial style with a cool vintage appeal – . These stripped-down lighting fixtures are fast becoming a staple in restaurants coffee houses and eateries that wish to combine their rich past with a relaxing modern ambience.
Industrial-style lighting is a good way to move away from the conventional and give your contemporary dining room that X-factor which has always been missing. Chic industrial pendants that combine contemporary finishes with industrial materials are a great compromise as they act as a bridge between the two contrasting styles.
What happens when more than one bulb is contained within one large form?! Sleek modern magic. These Cortina Floor Lamps from Room & Board feature cast iron bases and frosted glass diffusers. Designed by Pablo Pardo and available in three sizes Cortina is also dimmable.
Despite its ‘over the top’ look the lighting fixture easily fits into settings that range from the minimal to the industrial and Agatha does add both color and visual contrast to any room it adorns.
Have you noticed that many of today’s top lamps and pendant lights feature a minimalist industrial presentation of one bulb (and little else)? For example this Lens Floor Lamp from West Elm is inspired by factory lighting. A glass shade and a steel base give this piece understated style power.
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.