Whether you’re into the soft glow of translucent porcelain or you’re looking to make an opaque modern statement today’s featuring pendant lights prove there’s something for everyone when it comes to porcelain!
The lamp’s wood-turned stick shoots up from a cast aluminium base so making the ‘petiole’ – in botany the stalk that joins a leaf to a stem – between the base and shade. Designer and woodturner Andreas Bergsaker. Image via via Andreas Bergsaker. Petiole lamp photos by Lasse Fløde via Andreas Bergsaker.
A neutral backdrop that is devoid of bold color is almost the norm in most modern homes and with neutrals like gray continuing to hold sway in 2016 as well table lamps give you an opportunity to add a color punch.
Today we showcase a that could very well become iconic in the years to come for their sheer simplicity and amazing craftsmanship that combines the contemporary with the classic. Each one seems to borrow from the contours of a bottle or a glass vase yet feels like the perfect way to enliven a modern interior clad in unassuming neutral hues.
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:
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.