If you have not already noticed it creative dining room lighting is as much about the shape and style of the pendant itself as it is about the illumination. And one of the hottest current trends is geo design which places emphasis not just on the obvious geometric pattern of the lighting fixture but also brings along with it a certain sense of inherent minimalism and sculptural artistry.
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.
The Snap Lamp is a characterful and fun flexible lighting solution whose clamp can be fastened to any surface with a thickness from 8-40mm. Designed by Marie Hesseldahl the Snap Lamp reflects her Scandinavian heritage.
Almost everything in your home can be used to shape an inimitable pendant for your dining room and if you are not convinced about it check out these 50 coolest DIY pendant ideas for endless inspiration!
There’s something about porcelain. Perhaps it’s the quality or the timelessness or the way the light can shine through it to cast a warm glow. It’s no wonder porcelain pendant lights are growing in popularity punctuating homes with their fine allure.
The most beautiful and endearing aspect of Starck’s design is its unassuming honesty that is enriched by artistic flair giving each fixture a distinct identity of its own. Be it a slender floor lamp that fits in with the current hot trend of tripod lamps or exquisite pendants that leave you captivated it is easy to fall in love with these sparkling sensations.