Pendant lighting is an interesting and fun way to add a bit of color in the kitchen. Since most contemporary kitchens prefer a minimalistic and highly ergonomic design they can at times appear too sterile.
The first thing you need is orientation light to guide you from the courtyard entrance to the front door of your home. It is a practical aspect but you do not have to resort to impersonal industrial type lighting. There are many lamp models that can attribute your garden just as much personality as designer lamps in your living room.
We begin with round lighting as we showcase the Meltdown Lamp from Cappellini a piece that consists of glass hand blown into a mold. Striking shades like gray pink and amber add bold color which is particularly intriguing when these items are displayed in a group for a cluster effect. But don’t hesitate to suspend a single pendant light on its own to channel the power of one.
It’s time to get angular! Many of today’s most futuristic pendant lighting styles feature bold angles. Like the Stealth Pendant Lamp from Aarevalo shown below. A symmetrical origami-like design makes this piece undeniably unique as does its folded Perspex form.
Designed by Alberto Lievore Jannette Altherre and Manel Molina the spot Cono by Vibia provides direct and subtle ambient lighting and can be swiveled for directing the light. Compact yet slim it is available in black white and green.
If you have a large wellness bathroom you can also resort to lighting fantasies such as pendant lamps especially hung over a sunken hot tub especially since there’s no danger of knocking your head against it.