A pendant light has the power to be a work of art. And many of today’s pendant lights have an ultra-modern feel that makes them true showpieces. From hand-blown glass to powder coated steel the materials vary. But the elegance of futuristic form prevails.
Speaking of standouts the Etch Shade Brass light by Tom Dixon consists of digitally etched brass sheets. “Inspired by the logic of pure mathematics” this pendant light includes patterning that creates ornate shadows on the wall adding to the futuristic effect. Looking for something smaller? This piece can also be purchased as a candle holder!
When it comes to pendant lighting possibilities pay attention to the type and style of furniture featured in the room. If muted colors and shades abound in your space it may pay to go big and bold with the lighting or you may choose to play it cool and sleek with an understated yet modern piece in silver or clear. Don’t assume that contemporary shades are only for contemporary rooms. There’s nothing more powerful than a modern statement in an unexpected place!
Modern are quickly becoming fascinating works of art. Apart from offering ample illumination they seem to bring along with them beautiful balance and contemporary style.
Unlike your bedroom and living area a kitchen is a place where you get plenty of work done. This makes lighting an even more significant factor in this particular part of your home.
This voluminous and original floor lamp was designed by Barba Corsini in 1955 for “La Pedrera” house designed by architect Antonio Gaudi and later rediscovered by Danish Label Gubi.