Although blown glass pendant light fixtures can look good in any room they really shine in dining areas. Take a look at how great these pendants from ProvidenceArtGlass on Etsy look along the breakfast counter of this kitchen!
For anyone lucky enough to have stairs that make use of glass between each step to make it look like they’re hanging or floating like this staircase featured on Design Milk the look can be highlighted or exaggerated by adding lighting strips.
The more traditional chandeliers most of us commonly imagine are often characterized by lots of little lights or candlestick-like structures that come decorated with small ornate pieces like beads and crystals.
The great thing about blown glass pendants is that they’re all so unique and no two really look exactly the same. Check out the beautiful look you can get from pairing pendants of different shapes and colors like these selections by Mark Douglass featured on The Design Files.
Outdoor lighting fixtures can be pricey and your electricity bill can soar if you are constantly hosting evening events. One way to keep these costs at bay is to opt for a power-free option like glow-in-the-dark gravel and pebbles. These non-toxic paving options are coated with a paint that soaks up sun during the day so that they can glow at night. No electricity necessary.
Lead your guests to your backyard bash in style with these ethereal solar-powered LED paver bricks. They can be wedged between your regular pavers for a built-in look or simply placed along a path or in grass for a more temporary installation. And because they’re powered by the sun there are no wires or bulky battery packs to trip over!