In a world where the dedicated formal dining room is becoming a rarity of sorts with modern more open dining spaces replacing it there is little wonder that dining room lighting has changed over the decades.
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.
With the constant need to charge devices the w152 Busby is simply an affirmation of how we live today and a rather pleasingly aesthetic and intelligent one at that. The lamp is available in both ambient and directional models.
In fact a simple change in lighting can completely alter a room’s vibe and turn it from a dull boring space into a cozy inviting retreat or even a cheerful and exciting hub! And few lighting fixtures combine timeless charm modern allure and smart functionality like the lovely .
Let the lighting fixture in your dining room play this role by bringing in an unexpected texture and outline to a carefully curated space. With stone glass and other sleek polished surfaces dominating most modern dining rooms a pendant that highlights a contrasting finish makes for a delightful addition indeed.
This carefully curated collection features dining rooms in diverse styles ranging from the contemporary and minimal to the eclectic farmhouse and industrial. And each of these showcases a brilliant lighting fixture (or at times a collection of pendants) that will hopefully inspire you to rethink the lighting options in your own dining space.