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 Babula Pendant Lamps below are designed by Krools and they are inspired by the form of the Russian Matryoshka doll. While these pendants are also crafted from wood we’re partial to the porcelain version. You can also purchase the pendants in clusters of 3 5 and 7! In the next image we see a cluster in black:
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.
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:
This geometric porcelain pendant light from Etsy shop Revisions Design Studio celebrates the power of facets. As with the pendant at the very top of the post translucent porcelain is the key to getting that soft glow:
We now turn our attention to porcelain pendant lighting that features interesting details from hand-carved designs to gilded accents. Speaking of gold this hanging pendant light from Etsy shop Rachel Nadler Lighting and Ceramic Design showcases black leaf shapes outlined in 12-karat gold stain. Light shines through the holes in the black leaves as shown below: