Utility is the that distinguishes industrial style from others and defines its finer details. Instead of splurging on a set of new industrial-style pendants that you adore why not turn some of the stuff catching dust in your attic into unique pendants?
Not to mention they provide much-needed illumination. From retro-style pendant lamps to compact pieces that pack a lot of style into their petite forms check out the standout trends and selections below…
On first look you would imagine that the lovely is also from the LZF lineup but this Scandinavian beauty was designed by Antoni Arola for Santa &Cole. A sleek stainless steel frame and thin slats of birch wood make up this posh pendant that turns heads with its sheer compositional beauty and sense of unmatched lightness.
For awhile now we at Decoist have been quite taken with the lighting of onefortythree. The Shaded Pendant Lamps below are a beautiful marriage of and cloth twisted cords. A variety of color variations are available as is a plug-in option:
It took some time for the trend to catch on but soon designers across the world were following in the footsteps of Raimond Puts in an effort to match the beauty symmetry and dazzling allure of the original Raimond Lamp. Purity of form and pristine splendor define this pendant and if you are looking for options beyond the sphere there is also the oval
You may have acrylic furniture in your home but have you ever considered acrylic lighting solutions?! The Tube Top Floor Lamp from Room & Board is designed by Peter Stathis for Pablo Pardo. A mesh fabric shade is the icing on this beautifully designed cake. Though you may not be able to tell from the photos this lamp utilizes two bulbs for maximum shine.