The precious style of lighting house Catellani and Smith shines fully through this beautiful pendant lamp very suited for a dining table. The organic cowrie-inspired shaped is simplified and refined covered in gold or silver colored plating.
While pendant lights and recessed lighting are all too common the classic floor lamp is something you do not want to give a miss. Available in a multitude of styles floor lamps bring along with them flexibility and versatility that is often unmatched. Browse through these contemporary interiors that use the floor lamp in diverse setting and you could very well be inspired to bring one home yourself!
Available in both the traditional shape and in improvised modern silhouettes the black lampshade seamlessly combines with the existing darker tones in the room. Since most of us already use other deep tones as part of our interiors black lampshades seem like an extension and enhancement of the existing style. While some of the less glossy ones are ideal for masculine settings the sparkling and polished versions can be used for the chic rooms which need a feminine touch.
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.
There are some among us who are so fickle that we tend to move around our furnishings once every couple of weeks just for the sake of change. Others might do it few times each year.
There’s something crisp about a bright room with white accents. Which is why we love this Turned Floor Lamp from West Elm complete with a high-gloss finish. But it’s not just the color that grabs our attention… It’s the way curves and ridges combine to create a lovely silhouette that takes center stage: