A trend that seems to have popped up out of blown glass light fixtures is the bubble chandelier. TheLightFactory is an Etsy shop that sells them in all shapes sizes and even colors. Or for a less bubbly look there are comparable fixtures that provide a similar effect — like the Eclipse / Halo chandelier from West Elm.
Like the brass and glass boxes that might have held your jewelry in the ’70s and ’80s this pendant lighting can’t help but hint at retro geometry while clearly making a modern statement. Check out the Prism Pendants from West Elm which are shown here with vintage-style Edison bulbs:
We absolutely adore the minimalistic form of and how its various finishes add intrigue and contrast to the interior. The chromed steel clear glass and pearl white painted steel lampshades designed by provide you with diverse options while giving the room a cheerful and festive appeal. It is a lighting fixture that also blends in beautifully with diverse themes ranging from industrial and retro to the likes of minimal and Hollywood Regency.
If you really want to highlight the bathtub whether it’s a free-standing a drop-in or an alcove — hanging a chandelier directly above it is a wonderful way to get the job done. Not only does a chandelier provide great lighting for when you’re soaking up some suds it also adds an incredible touch of elegance from above that draws the eye up. (Just remember – safety first!)
What’s your favorite way to light up a staircase? For anyone who has small children or simply lives in a house that’s darker than average this could be a beautiful and worthwhile solution for minimizing trips and falls.
For a tried and true favorite you can’t go wrong with the sweet look of hanging mason jar candle holders. They’re a snap to make but if you feel like you need help getting started Darby Smart can send you all of the supplies and instructions you need in a handy kit.