This carefully curated collection features dining rooms in diverse styles ranging from the contemporary and minimal to the eclectic farmhouse and industrial. And each of these showcases a brilliant lighting fixture (or at times a collection of pendants) that will hopefully inspire you to rethink the lighting options in your own dining space.
The Ivanhoe Sinclair Porcelain Pendant from Barn Light Electric celebrates industrial style. Choose from a wide range of colors cord styles and Edison bulbs to customize the light for your interior!
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.
Here’s another faceted piece this time featuring a thick black cord (that also comes in white and red). K1 is a geometric drop light by Gant & Mania crafted from clean white porcelain and available via Not on the High Street.
Few designers across the globe have a profile that is as diverse and delightful as Philippe Starck. he says and that is exactly what we get as he constantly aims to reinvent styles reimagine spaces and create a wonderful fusion of the intelligent and the casual!
Multi-colored delights like the Capri Bottle Lamp allow you to bring in almost any hue of your choice while sparkling copper table lamps with an industrial vibe or those in gold continue to provide that smart metallic glitter.
In fact a simple change in lighting can completely alter a room’s vibe and turn it from a dull boring space into a cozy inviting retreat or even a cheerful and exciting hub! And few lighting fixtures combine timeless charm modern allure and smart functionality like the lovely .
The lamp’s wood-turned stick shoots up from a cast aluminium base so making the ‘petiole’ – in botany the stalk that joins a leaf to a stem – between the base and shade. Designer and woodturner Andreas Bergsaker. Image via via Andreas Bergsaker. Petiole lamp photos by Lasse Fløde via Andreas Bergsaker.
Some of our readers might wonder if a table lamp really has a style of its own and the answer is an emphatic yes. True often it is the shade that determines the overall appeal of the lamp but there are plenty of cases where the body of the lamp makes a huge difference and defines it.
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.
A fusion of amazing craftsmanship of master glassblowers of Venice chic Scandinavian style and colorful exuberance from Northern Lighting is as unique a lamp as its name suggests.
Savvy and sharp it will also work to animate and facilitate creativity and imagination. The aesthetically pleasing properties of light along with its capacity to frame a setting cannot be underestimated. A characterful lamp will have both soul and presence emitting a glow that works in tandem with one’s frame of mind.
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.
Theia by German-born designer Mathias Hahn for Marset takes its name from the Greek goddess Theia mother of Helios (the Sun) Selene (the Moon) and Eos (the Dawn). With two faces – two half-spheres – Theia swivels around a central axis for use as a reading / task lamp or to create a warming ambience when projected against a surface. Merging light and shadow Theia is a graceful and poetic contemporary light with nuances of midcentury modern styling.