For those who love a more ‘Victorian’ decorating style the crystal chandelier in black is the way forward. With chandeliers making their way into bathrooms and kitchens as well the beautiful black chandelier finds place in every room.
In the double-height dining room this large chandelier makes a big visual impact while filling the space above. In a dining room with low roof and plenty of floor space try out the twin chandelier approach to illuminate the room evenly.
Made from CNC cut bamboo plywood these pendants have a silhouette that borrows from the form of microscopic ocean diatoms. Easy on the eyes and minimal these light fixtures bring curves to a modern setting without going over the top.
Available in colors beyond red each of these laser cut pendants fits in with traditional shabby chic and vintage decorating styles with ease while modern interiors with the Fire Lily have a charm of their own.
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 .
If you are looking for pendants to complement warm orange wooden tones in the kitchen think of those made out of porcelain ceramic or other organic materials. They feel more nature-centric have a matte finish and should give the entire room a radiant yet calming visual appeal. Brighter the orange pendants the more neutral your kitchen needs to be!