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 there is one decor addition that can instantly transform the appeal and the ambiance of your home then it is the dazzling pendant light. There is little doubting the fact that pendant lights steal the show in pretty much any setting by becoming instant focal points that blend functional and focused lighting needs.
Design trends often change as rapidly as their counterparts in the world of fashion. Yet once in a while we stumble upon popular style statements that quickly become all the rage across the globe. Freestanding tubs in the bath are one such defining design element of 2014 that we’ve already pondered.
Crafted with a touch of eccentric brilliance by designer Laura Kirar the is all about making a bold visual statement without taking up too much visual space. Laura studied sculpture and interior architecture at The Art Institute of Chicago and the strong influence of this background shows in the beautiful design of the Caviar.
Beyond a shadow of a doubt cascading chandeliers are definitely not for those who prefer a quiet and understated look. They are all about painting a bold and mesmerizing picture that will leave your guests enthralled. Gift yourselves one of these stunning pieces this season and you will start to view the world around you in a whole new light!
Today we limit ourselves to browsing through the brilliant array of accent table lamps and the many magical shades that they arrive in. While dazzling modern pendant lights are all the fancy currently table lamps have an innate nostalgic appeal that is undeniable and irresistible. Add a dash of invigorating color and they become instant showstoppers! So flip through these colorful inspirations before deciding on what is best for your own home…