Picking the right pendant light is all about combining your own needs with those of your home’s interior. The right pendant can instantly uplift the aura of the space it adorns without any major revamps or renovations. So which of the three on display today do you think is perfect for your home?
The Nelson pendant lights are also classics that never seem to go out of style. These famous Mid-Century modern pieces look like giant Japanese paper lanterns floating precariously from ceiling. And speaking of Japanese lighting there is the choice of opting for the sculptural Isamu Noguchi creations which are equally spellbinding!
If you are a bookworm who loves to catch up with a thrilling page-turner in bed like some of us do then the Serge Mouille sconces are the perfect choice. They are also great space-savers in small living rooms and kitchens where you need the right blend of functional and focused lighting. You can even opt for the inimitable Spider Sconce if you have a few thousand dollars to spare!
Born in Paris Serge Mouille was obviously influenced by this glamorous city. Initially a silversmith who acquired great mastery over metal at a very early age Mouille stepped into the world of French Industrial Design in the late 1940s.
Cascading chandeliers vary from delicate pieces that use simple crystal strands to complex creations that standout as astounding sculptural additions. One of the best places to incorporate an imposing chandelier is the space next to the stairs.
is all about understanding the basics of the art of lighting and combining it with the theme of the room and its color scheme. Bedrooms are personal havens that are dramatic soothing romantic and functional depending on your needs and the time of day. Lighting plays arguably the most important role in setting the tone for these many moods.