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.
Equipped with rotating arms and heads these range from the modest three-arm ceiling lamp to the amazing 7-arm spider ceiling lamp that promises to serve all your lighting needs. Thanks to the flexible heads and arms you can switch between ambient and focused lighting with ease and a single fixture can serve you in more ways than one.
It is best to pick an accent lamp in orange that is easy on the eyes and has a soft glow to it. But when it comes to red accent lamps it is best to adopt a bolder and more colorful approach.
We always tend to talk about how accent colors have made an astounding comeback in the last decade or two thanks to both homeowners and designers gravitating toward the use of cool neutral shades. But most often our search for brilliant accent hues starts and ends with paint.
There is something innately captivating and timeless about the many designs produced in this golden era. Crafted with great care and unassuming brilliance the ingenious lamps of are part of this exclusive club and they are still as popular as ever.
While many homeowners might believe that a large cascading chandelier might be a bit overwhelming for the small dining area you will be surprised at how beautiful it looks when done right.