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:
Sure it takes a bit more care to add a chandelier to the bathroom than the boring old can light but it is well worth the extra effort. And here are that tell you how you can do the same in a scintillating manner.
What’s new in the realm of pendant lighting materials? Apparently plants! The Frida Pendant Light and Diego Pendant Light from CB2 bring a home thanks to the use of dyed and braided tropical palm. In fact these pieces are made by skilled artisans living in Southern Mexico.
Whether your bathroom style is rustic or industrial Asian or Victorian there is a chandelier out there that will actually enhance the theme instead of just melting away into the backdrop. Also glass is not the only choice of material and as you will see in the inspiration below you can even create a custom piece to add to the ambiance of your dream bathroom.
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.
Silken beauty and the charm of oversized flowers is what by Luis Eslava Estudio tries to capture with its enchanting form. The three elegant variations of the pendant all come with carefully crafted wood veneer loops that somehow remind us of a gorgeous corsage!