In a world where the dedicated formal dining room is becoming a rarity of sorts with modern more open dining spaces replacing it there is little wonder that dining room lighting has changed over the decades.
From the sculptural and the ornate to the industrial and the modern there isn’t a style that porcelain can’t enhance! Below you’ll find 20 options that celebrate the beauty of illuminating design…
Sometimes petite statements are the most powerful! Edison Light Globes offers porcelain pendants in a range of colors including light blue as shown below. A variety of cord options are available as well. Simple retro-modern and fabulous!
From holes to seeds…the Porcelain Seedlamp from Etsy shop Lightexture combines a cylindrical form with voided traces of rice or barley and quinoa seeds embedded before the porcelain was fired. We’ve seen plenty of examples of glowing translucent porcelain in today’s post but here’s the tone of these pendants when not illuminated:
This porcelain pendant light comes from Etsy shop L&S Handcrafted Lighting. Each one is hand carved to get the textured effect and the look that results is organic and modern:
The surprising little twist could come in the form of trendy metallic lighting fixtures a festive branch chandelier or ceiling lamps with a soft natural vibe; take your pick!