Start off by determining where you want to put the table lamp and chalk out the exact height at which it will sit as well as its distance from the bed couch or cozy chair next to it.
Petiole is a delightful birch wood and aluminium light crafted by Andreas Ferdinand Riise Bergsaker a Norwegian designer based in Copenhagen. Inspired by the oscillating bluebells found in Norway’s mountains Petiole’s shade can be moved in different directions.
While eclectic rooms celebrate color gleefully industrial dining spaces look simply stunning with ceiling lights that use colored wires and unmistakable Edison bulbs. Brilliant contemporary pendants that add a splash of color are also pretty easy to find and they create the perfect focal point in a dining room clad in neutral hues.
Fuse Large blends Italian craftsmanship with Nordic style to create a sleek modern piece with a wooden fuse. And don’t these lamps look amazing in a group?! Fuse Large is designed by Note Design Studio for ex.t.
We did promise creativity and fun options and nothing is more fun than to be able to craft your own pendant light with things that you can get your hands on! A DIY pendant light can be something as simple as a wine bottle light that takes less than 10 minutes to make or a more dramatic and exclusive addition like an old theater light turned into an industrial ceiling lamp.
We begin with sleek finds that enhance modern spaces. Make a big statement with a porcelain egg! This translucent porcelain pendant lamp comes from Etsy shop lightexture. While it appears white when not illuminated you can see in the photo below that its amber glow is sure to be the focal point of the room when darkness falls: