seems like a bit of an oxymoron in many ways but it is a name that aptly fits these amazing pendants designed by Amichai Oron. With 2D metallic blossoms and plenty of red these enchanting lights come alive after the dark.
Homemade paper lanterns from Oh Happy Day are even simpler to create and take both little time and effort. They can be used as simple standalone decorative pieces or even as lovely lighting fixture by simply adding a bulb to the mix. They feel more oriental and casual than most other lanterns giving the interior or the rear garden a whimsical charm.
Some might be permanent iconic additions like the Kartell FL/Y Suspension Lamp while other bargain buys could provide a seasonal change of accents hues without forcing you to splurge a fortune. Tis’ the season to be jolly and even if it is not fully here getting ready for all that festivity and fun does mean you need to start early enough.
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!
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.
Yes using orange extensively in the kitchen is not as straightforward as it is with other colors. But with a hint of creativity the right shade and lighting you can more than just ‘make it work’. In the modern kitchen do not just limit yourself to paint when you start thinking about orange.