A glass shade is the standout feature of the lamp below which takes a slight departure from a strictly vertical orientation with its angled arm. It’s the Adjustable Glass Floor Lamp from West Elm complete with an antique bronze finish. We think the bulb perfectly visible through the transparent glass cylinder that surrounds it is the real standout!
Whether you are opting for classic chandelier look or going for a metallic minimalistic vibe pendant lights cover the entire spectrum with ease. They also are great additions as accent installations that bring in bright pops of color in a bedroom with cool muted tones. Adding textural geometric and even visual contrast pendants make perfect bedside lights.
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.
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It is best to remember that no single type of lighting gets the job done in its entirety. Recessed lighting is often used as accent lighting. It cannot be the sole light source in most rooms. Mix recessed lights with floor lamps rail lighting and pendant lights to get the desired illumination.
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.