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.
Another great advantage of the cascading chandelier above the dining table is the instant focal point that it creates. When it comes to choosing the right chandelier size is the key.
If you are lucky enough to own iconic lamps like the Isamu Noguchi creations then the room looks even more impressive. The classy table lamps above are not only sculptural and elegant they also lend a sense of serene oriental charm!
Not to mention the color seems to fit in organically with most modern bedroom and living room themes that range from the nautical and the coastal to the tropical and the Mediterranean. An accent table lamp in aqua teal turquoise or even robin’s egg looks simply stunning when placed in a tranquil bedroom.
The name is pretty well known even among the casual decor aficionados. Along with Charles Eames the man is credited for bringing a distinct industrial approach to Mid-Century modern design that is still popular to this day.
But the Serge Mouille floor lamps seem to defy this trend and along with the classic Arco they are arguably the most sough-after lamps in the genre. It is not too hard to understand why once you take a look at this petite creation. Crafted by Mouille as an austere response to the plethora of bourgeois Italian lamps flooding the market in the mid-’50s the metallic delight is arguably the