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.
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.
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.
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:
Even as standalone pieces these pendants steal the spotlight with absolute ease! If you are going down the more classical path with specific themes such as Mediterranean farmhouse Victorian or rustic then beautiful fixtures like the Giltspur Chandelier make more aesthetic sense.
The cleverly crafted Asterisco lamp was designed by young Valencia-based design studio Cuatro Cuatros for LZF Lamps. With its punctuating and punctilious presence the studio named the light “Asterisco” or “Asterisk”.