While this porcelain and enamel pendant lamp is antique it has the power to thrive in industrial modern kitchens. The piece sold via Preservation Station (and is no longer available) but don’t hesitate to hunt down your own pendant lamp treasure. They’re out there!
If you prefer a dome to an egg shape check out this set of 3 porcelain pendant lights from Etsy shop Flux Surface: The MY Pendant Lamp by Tobias Grau combines bone china porcelain with oak and polished aluminum. Below we see the height-adjustable suspension light but MY is also available in table lamp form.
The colorful eclectic and extraordinary world of pendant lights offers an unending bounty of glittering delights. While some seem trendy and cool others combine exclusive design values and distinctive style to offer the ultimate masterpieces.
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.
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.
For a petite take on this pendant light opt for Fuse Small or better yet purchase lamps in both sizes and hang them in a group. We’re loving the use of orange and grey cording: