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.
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.
As you get deeper into decorating your home you will realize that it is the tiny details that end up making the biggest difference. While the style theme and color scheme of the room define it it is lighting that ultimately sets the mood and creates an ambiance of your choice.
Every room needs something that does not quite fit in with the overall style and theme; an odd man out that draws your attention brings excitement and adds uniqueness to the interior.
Almost everything in your home can be used to shape an inimitable pendant for your dining room and if you are not convinced about it check out these 50 coolest DIY pendant ideas for endless inspiration!
From the enchanting world of amazing pendants we move on to a floor lamp that seems to epitomize contemporary refinement draped with a hint of Starck’s distinct personality! Rosy Angelis might not dazzle you with a loud use of color or a silhouette that is bold and spectacular but this is where its true strength lies.