In this dining room featured on InteriorDesign.net lighting pendants are hung at different lengths from the ceiling for a really cool “water drop” effect. In this kitchen the pendants take inspiration from the bubble look with large custom-made blown glass for the counter and dining area.
KLUS is one manufacturer that offers this type of lighting solution for both indoor and outdoor stairs. For staircases that don’t have that extra flat section that extends out each step a different place to consider putting them is at the very base of each step that connects to the next.
And lastly check out the stunning look these blown glass pendants create in the middle of this huge staircase. What a way to create an eye-catching sense of elegance as you climb up to each story!
Armacost’s LED tape light is an easy and affordable way to add efficient lighting underneath kitchen cabinets inside bookcases and beneath mirrors and wall-mounted art. The tape can be cut to size at home with regular scissors and allows you to achieve a futuristic effect that looks much more expensive than it actually is.
While chandeliers almost always look great in the dining room master bedroom or hallway there’s one other room you should consider hanging one. Yes the bathroom! A chandelier can make your bathroom feel like a luxurious spa-like getaway without having to do any major renovations first. Check with your designer or electrician first to see if one would be safe to hang in your bathroom and then have a look at these – all from HGTV.
While a couple of these will double as great chandeliers in a small dining room or even the luxurious bathroom the third is the perfect pendant choice for those who wish to turn their kitchen ceiling into a glittering canvas that steals the spotlight.