The hanging/floating staircase look certainly can be pleasing to the eye and there’s at least one more way you can use those lighting strips to enhance it. This wood staircase featured on Klikk lines all the sides of the staircase that face the wall to really highlight the fact that they’re not secured to the wall — making them look like they’re floating in mid-air.
For a truly fairy tale-like setting simply wrapping a few large trees with string lights is an effective way to create an intoxicating air of romance and drama. This gorgeous scene from Elise and Ruben’s southern fusion wedding was captured by photographer Steven Michael and spotted over at Ruffled.
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.
Many of today’s popular “brass” pieces are crafted from another metal but finished with a brassy hue. This Metal Accordion Side Table from Urban Outfitters is one such find. The accordion-style table is available in both brass and antique bronze finishes. The best part: it can easily fold away and the top is removable for even easier storage!
Being eco-conscious about lighting used to mean having to choose between pretty incandescent light bulbs and unflattering curlicue CFLs. Luckily that’s all in the past. With super energy-efficient LED lights becoming more and more mainstream you can have your cake and eat it too (just don’t eat your light bulb).
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.