The bathroom is not a place where you expect to come across a chandelier that will instantly grab your attention. It is this ‘surprise factor’ that makes the an even more perfect addition.
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.
Sometimes more than one bulb is required to make a sculptural statement through floor lamp lighting! Globular style is one defining feature of the Kate Spade Saturday Floor Lamp from West Elm. Inspired by New York City subway entrance lamps this piece combines blackened metal and milky glass for a two-toned lighting solution that also serves as a conversation piece!
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.
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.
Let there be light in the dark of winter! Today’s post is dedicated to trends. As you’ll see it’s interesting how these trends reflect larger design trends in the realm of interiors. Like jewelry for your home pendant lights give the rooms they adorn the perfect finishing touch.