Picking the right floor lamp can often be a difficult task. With pendant lights gaining popularity and space becoming a premium many homeowners are looking for lighting options that are ergonomic and yet visually impressive.
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!
One of the great things about bringing home an accent lamp is the ergonomic convenience it offers. While painting an accent wall takes both time and effort you can simply move the lamp to a different room if you are not happy with its current place at any point in time. With table lamps this task becomes even simpler (unlike the case of pendant lights and large floor lamps)!
With open floor plans taking over most homes it makes perfect sense in the greater scheme of things. This also allows you to define and anchor the dining area spatially without the use of any walls or area rugs.
Your bedroom lighting must also reflect and that you have incorporated with such meticulous care. If you have a room that is glamorous and borrows elements from chic Hollywood Regency then a gorgeous cascading chandelier is the perfect centerpiece.
Getting kitchen lighting right is always a tricky endeavor. The idea of combining several layers of recessed and focused lighting is always easier said than done. Think of the supersized pendant as an aesthetic addition that enhances the focused illumination of your kitchen.