In a world that is dominated by clean and well defined straight lines and simple squares and rectangles it is a good idea to add some geometric and visual contrast by incorporating a pendant light with some beautiful curves.
We generally tend to relegate ourselves to the use of an accent wall to usher in a bright shade when there are other attractive and far more ergonomic ways of doing so. Throw pillows and accent fabrics are two such cool options that allow you to shift between hot seasonal design trends with ease. An accent lamp is another great option for those looking for solutions beyond the obvious.
Lighting a room is a task that is both fun and challenging at the same time. The wide range of lighting installations and the endless choices design styles and brilliant hues captivate and enthrall us. Yet getting the lighting fixtures right is often an act of walking the tight rope that most homeowners can’t seem to master.
Finally we arrive at the most popular places for the installation of the supersized lighting fixtures: the dining room. Pendants obviously are an integral part of the dining room setup and adding a giant one is the ideal way to set the room apart from the other area in the open floor plan.
Crafted by Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto in 2005 this serves both as an elaborate pendant and a simple chandelier. If you are looking for the best of both those worlds then the Caboche is a pretty amazing compromise!
Arriving at with a bang is his latest collection that reinterprets the classic British Members Club and gives the space a more modern appeal. Yet the amazingly gorgeous retro undertones of the are undeniable. Featuring a sizzling new line of furniture lighting and accessories the entire lineup sweeps you off your feet with a sheer sense of luxury and visual flair!