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.
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:
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.
The Plera pendant lamp by Enrico Zanola is a ceramic suspension lamp with a touch of wood along the rim. Designed in 2012 this minimalist piece is available in a range of tones including white (pictured below): Say hello to Sospensioni…Issima! a glossy pink pendant lamp designed by Sam Baron via Bosa. Modern forms have never been so sleek. Or rosy!
Here is the tricky part when you are choosing a brand new table lamp. The height of the table lamp you pick is determined more by the room it sits in and the décor around the lamp. If you have a tall bedside table then it goes without saying that a shorter lamp will do and vice versa.
While eclectic rooms celebrate color gleefully industrial dining spaces look simply stunning with ceiling lights that use colored wires and unmistakable Edison bulbs. Brilliant contemporary pendants that add a splash of color are also pretty easy to find and they create the perfect focal point in a dining room clad in neutral hues.