Bedside lights have evolved a whole lot in the last few years. No longer are they restricted to simple table lamps on either side of your giant bed. These new and suspended additions free up space on your bedside tables and even offer you the option of doing away with the tables too.
The Caviar Caboche and the Nelson pendant lights accomplish this with effortless ease. From glamorous Hollywood Regency to sleek minimalism and from the traditional living rooms to the contemporary kitchens these lovely lighting fixtures look great in pretty much any setting…
What seems so inherently simple has several layers of complexities and often we end up going overboard and flooding our homes with an inordinate amount of illumination. This is particularly true in the case of bedrooms where we install several different types of lights without taking into account the eventual output.
The metallic tubes are encased in giant glass globes and while these globes disappear into the backdrop during daytime they come alive after sunset. The use of glass spheres also makes sure that these pendants are light airy and easy on the eyes; making them ideal even for small bedrooms and compact dining spaces.
It is amazing how most people tend to look at both orange and red as risky colors to incorporate in a modern setting and yet most accent table lamps that you will ever stumble across seem to be draped in classy ‘burnt orange’.
Another mistake that most of us make while choosing the lights for our bedroom is to place aesthetics above ergonomics. Yes a certain chandelier or floor lamp might look exquisite and amazing in the showroom and even in your bedroom.