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.
For a truly trippy lighting experience look no further than Nondesigns’s series of acrylic LED modules that can be daisychained together in countless combinations. Sort of like LEGO’s answer to lighting they can be used to create any size shape and color of fixture you can dream up.
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.
While it has a bit of a mod 60s vibe IKEA’s VÄSTER pendant lamp comes with a built-in LED bulb that reflects the sustainable focus of today’s world. Hang one over your dining room table or pair them up to flank a bed for a soothing symmetrical look.
Dividing wooden pendants into simple and sculptural we are able to view the breadth and diversity of this lighting genre. A wooden pendant will immediately furnish a room with its natural warmth.
Add some shine to your desk with solid brass accessories from ferm LIVING. In the next image we see the Brass Semicircle Stand (among other treasures) which serves as a convenient holder for letters magazines and more: