The Caviar lineup consists of pendants that vary from single bulb units to extensive chandeliers that feature 18 such glass globes. One of the most amazing things about the design of the Caviar is the presence of polished metal tubes which ensure that the lighting does not become too bright or direct.
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.
In fact the smaller the size of your dining table the greater the majesty of the overtly-large pendant. We find plenty of inspiration here that combines the dome and the drum pendant with the Saarinen tulip table. The curvy design of one obviously complements the other but you can introduce these rounded wonders even in rooms filled with clean straight lines to bring some much needed contrast.
Europe in the mid-1900s produced arguably the greatest array of talent in industrial furniture design. Combined with their brilliant counterparts across the Atlantic these inspirational architects and designers helped change the course of interior design and ushered in the timeless style of Mid-Century Modern.
Try and complement the overall architectural makeup of the stairs with that of the lighting fixture. Those with a sleek spiral staircase can bring home a cascading chandelier that has intricate curves and maybe even a corkscrew design.
They also give you the comfort of catching up with a book before dozing off even if you happen to own a small bedroom with little room for additional decor. This in no way means that the table lamp is done and dusted.