The Cloche lamp by young Norwegian designer Lars Beller Fjetland exudes grace control and charm as profiled in its striking 1930s industrial-esque form. Produced by Wrong for Hay the poetic design of the Cloche explores beauty weight and balance through an off-set cast-iron base black powder-coated stem and shade (in matte white matte black or polished copper).
Another trend that’s growing strong and developing in interesting directions is . These Cloak Pendant Lamps from Room & Board feature porcelain shades with aged brass and walnut detailing. Add a braided cord and you have design perfection:
The traditional glass chandelier comes in many forms and often you can even add a hint of color with it. Pick a fixture that not only complements the overall style of the bathroom but also matches the sconce lights that you have next to the mirror above the vanity. If you can pick both the chandelier and the sconces from the same lighting collection it would be visually perfect indeed!
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!
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.
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: