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.
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!
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.
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).
One of today’s most popular pendant light trends is compact lighting. Plus if you’re looking for something a bit more grand you can buy multiples and hang them in groups! Below we see Prism Pendants from West Elm which showcase in metal and glass.
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.