The large crystal chandelier at the heart of the dining room is far from the norm these days with homeowners gravitating towards more exciting inventive and at times colorful options. From dazzling pendants to DIY creations that usher in a quirky twist today we take a look at that surprise you with their lighting choices.
Today we showcase a that could very well become iconic in the years to come for their sheer simplicity and amazing craftsmanship that combines the contemporary with the classic. Each one seems to borrow from the contours of a bottle or a glass vase yet feels like the perfect way to enliven a modern interior clad in unassuming neutral hues.
This multi-tasking marvel can be used both as a striking pendant light and a fabulous table lamp and is made completely from Venetian glass. The subtle purple color of the lamp is borrowed from the lovely Nordic night sky and the amazing backdrop of Norwegian fjords.
Most table lamps allow you to change shades with ease and while some might have a spider fitting others could sport a uno fitting or clip-on. DO check this out before you think about switching the lampshade.
The geometric Spar Junior was designed by Jamie McLellan for New Zealand design company Resident. A smaller version of the brand’s Spar Floor Light this cantilevered table light incorporates a spun aluminium shade that pivots on two axes enabling light to be directed as required. Clean and simple the Spar Junior has a minimal industrial mien and handsome profile.
As you get deeper into decorating your home you will realize that it is the tiny details that end up making the biggest difference. While the style theme and color scheme of the room define it it is lighting that ultimately sets the mood and creates an ambiance of your choice.