Many of us might also want to create a simple and smart guest room or additional bedroom without all the frills of an elaborate side table and a pair of exquisite table lamps. This is where the sconces and pendant lights swing in as a glittering hope to those looking for equally stylish alternatives.
They come in slightly varying sizes and shapes inspired by fruits and flowers and with 3 color filters – red yellow and blue. With their soft interplay of transparency reflection refraction and color the Agave bring a fruity tropical touch to the dining table.
Three pivoting adjustable heads make a statement as part of the Cole Multi-Arm Task Floor Lamp from Pottery Barn. There’s just something industrial about this piece and it truly makes its mark on the traditional pale gray space below. In fact if you’re decorating a room in neutral shades why not punctuate it with something this interesting?
This creation by Villa Tosca Design for Slamp is another example of light and airy presence over the dining table. The stylized shade in red green or white inspired by vegetation forms surrounds the light source like a nest of delicate paper cut filtering the light indirectly for ambient effects. It is a neat original and convenient designer lamp which adds refinement and extravagance in a light and purist to slightly retro layout.
Hang a group of 3-4 in a row over the breakfast bar or an irregular cluster over a round dining table. A lamp for fashionistas Le Soleil by Foscarini is suited in a semi-minimalist and trendy dining room with flashes of colors here and there.
Since this is one room in the home where functionality takes precedence over form and elegance recessed lights work beautifully in here. The area above the bathroom vanity and the spot above the tufted headboard in the bedroom are also popular places where can lights unravel their magic!