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 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.
As we discussed above most modern interiors are clad in colors that seem to range from the white and grey to brown and pale blue. Whether it is the minimalist style or the contemporary theme neutral backdrops have become pretty much mandatory.
You might think that the wallpaper is star of this retro-modern space… However we think the featured Excel Floor Lamp by Roll & Hill (available at YLighting) really steals the spotlight!
With contemporary homes sporting clean and well defined lines its elliptic arch presents a lovely geometric variation. Unlike the bland floor lamps that seem to vanish into the backdrop Arco stands tall (quite literally too!) and yet never seems to block your view.
This is probably how the thought of using sconces and pendants as bedside lighting solutions started. With modern urban homes and studio apartments being short of space it makes sense to utilize the vertical room that is on offer.