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.
We have always loved the sculptural lighting innovations of Isamu Noguchi along with many of his curvy furnishings and coffee tables. Inspired by this Mid-Century modern master Monica Förster has created the organic and sustainable pendant lights. Crafted using stone paper with ash lamellae these pentagonal delights ooze contemporary style that has been cleverly altered to bring in that classic Asian touch.
If you have flipped through our many inspirational images in the recent past and all the contemporary homes showcased on then you are no stranger to the many lighting delights of Tom Dixon.
A sleek and shiny and sculptural will also be a part of the Club collection. Borrowing from the ’60s and ’70s each of these creations boasts a mirrored golden tint that helps in painting a picture of affluence and sophistication.
But you can get the current productions at prices that range from $3000 to $15000 depending on the model and number of arms. You might still need you to save up for a while to own one of these but it is well worth the extra effort…
Pick a piece that is proportional to the remainder of the room. Also consider the visual weight of the chandelier and remember that the hefty looking chandeliers look good in spacious airy rooms while the light and breezy incarnations are at home in smaller more compact spaces.