If you find a sparkling chandelier or striking pendant that also offers the right illumination it is indeed a win-win situation. If not then consider the illumination the intensity and the angles at work before accounting for the lamp as a standalone sculptural addition to the room.
From the amazing Coconut Chair to the Marshmallow Sofa and the colorful clocks George Nelson has done it all. And these floating UFO-like pendants from the design master are as popular as any of his other iconic creations. The were first brought out in 1950s and there has been no turning back since then.
A dome pendant with an opaque surface is the best when it comes to bringing ample task lighting to the kitchen. Giant drum pendants are better at offering greater ambient light options depending on the shade that you use. While black is a popular pendant shade option white also can make an equally bold statement when placed in a more colorful kitchen filled with darker hues.
The first and most essential aspect that defines your lighting choices in the bedroom (or any room for that matter) is the size of the room. You need to pick fixtures that emit enough light to illuminate every corner of the room in the desired fashion.
Your bedroom lighting must also reflect and that you have incorporated with such meticulous care. If you have a room that is glamorous and borrows elements from chic Hollywood Regency then a gorgeous cascading chandelier is the perfect centerpiece.
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.