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.
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.
The metallic tubes are encased in giant glass globes and while these globes disappear into the backdrop during daytime they come alive after sunset. The use of glass spheres also makes sure that these pendants are light airy and easy on the eyes; making them ideal even for small bedrooms and compact dining spaces.
One of the biggest advantages of the Serge Mouille arm lamps is that they not only occupy little foot space they also bring a sense of visual airiness to the space. Available in black and white hues the lamps also add a dash of metallic glint to pretty much any space that they adorn. First displayed in the from 1956 these super-slim lamps with their many arms are still making huge waves.