More than the color of the pendants it is its design form and the material used to craft it that determines whether it blends into the style and theme of your kitchen. While orange pendants with polished gleaming finish look great in the contemporary minimal and modern kitchens those with matter finish and an organic overtone are ideal for shabby chic traditional Mediterranean and rustic kitchens.
Lanterns might have found their origin in the serene Japanese homes and lavish palaces centuries ago but they as much a part of modern day lighting across the world today as your typical pendants and chandeliers.
If you are thinking about adding textural contrast to your home but on the softer side of things then the masterfully woven Macrame Light Shade is the most elegant way forward. Carefully hand-woven by artisans at Satelight each of these pendants is unique and brings color and pattern without disturbing the contemporary appeal of any space it adorns. Set in a neutral backdrop this is another exquisite pendant that instantly makes a bold yet distinctive impact.
This is probably the easiest way to work the black chandelier into the overall color scheme of the room. The black chandelier in an already black and white seems completely at home even while giving the space a refined modern appeal.
Design aficionados are no strangers to the work of David Trubridge and his gorgeous Coral Pendant is already a modern icon in its own right. There is a distinct possibility that those who love flowing curves the idea of biomimicry and designs inspired by ocean life will fall equally strongly in love with the .
Chandelier need not always be classic and full of crystalline wonder! Modern multi-arm and flexible chandeliers in black and increasingly becoming a popular choice in both the kitchen and dining room.