There are plenty of reasons for the increased popularity of these behemoths. While we often place emphasis on picking decor that is proportional to the size of the room and the surrounding furnishings that rule is quickly receding into darkness thanks to these dazzling giants. And the best part is that they seem to blend in with any style or design theme that you have going. So delve in as we shed some light on the world of oversized pendants –
Try and complement the overall architectural makeup of the stairs with that of the lighting fixture. Those with a sleek spiral staircase can bring home a cascading chandelier that has intricate curves and maybe even a corkscrew design.
If you are a bookworm who loves to catch up with a thrilling page-turner in bed like some of us do then the Serge Mouille sconces are the perfect choice. They are also great space-savers in small living rooms and kitchens where you need the right blend of functional and focused lighting. You can even opt for the inimitable Spider Sconce if you have a few thousand dollars to spare!
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.
Another mistake that most of us make while choosing the lights for our bedroom is to place aesthetics above ergonomics. Yes a certain chandelier or floor lamp might look exquisite and amazing in the showroom and even in your bedroom.
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.