The pendant lamp by British industrial designer Tom Dixon is gorgeous elegant and masculine and comes in three cup-shaped versions – fat tall and wide. The absolute best option is to use all 3 of them in your layout.
There is no exact and universal rule when it comes to spacing recessed lights. Yet a simple way forward is to put 5-inch lights approximately 5 feet apart or 3-inch lights around 3 feet away from one another.
The two best ways to go is choosing a large pendant lamp or a cluster/row of smaller ones. They can be hung really low such as to become part of your dining table layout. The dining table lamp just has to be installed in such a way that one cannot bump their head into it – and it doesn’t blind people with glare. Let us see some beautiful choices.
The arched design of the Arco allows it to multi-task with ease and reach effortlessly places where other floor lamps can simply not dream of going. This unobtrusive nature of Arco combined with its modern appeal is what made the lamp so popular and sought-after.
Designed by the Castiglioni brothers in 1962 the is a modern décor icon that has stood the test of time. Pendant lights and chandeliers often come with some innate amount of inflexibility after their installation.
This next lamp may be vertically oriented but it’s not short on curves! It’s the Cigar Floor Lamp originally designed by George Nelson (currently available at YLighting). It really pops against the mustard gold wall adding a retro look to this space while mirroring the rounded look of the sofa.