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.
Check out these neat-looking lights from Super Modular. A great alternative if you want just a very subtle lighting solution. Here’s a staircase in a cabin featured on Small House Bills that has small lights along the side wall for every other step.
Don’t these Globo Boxes from Jonathan Adler look good enough to eat?! Ideal as tabletop accents they are the perfect combination of brass bases and colorful Lucite lids. Choose from green blue and pink as well as clear.
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.
Good lighting is indispensable to any interior and yet it is frequently underrated even dismissed. The human need for comfort warmth sanctuary and security will not be addressed by the ineffective nature of poorly chosen lighting.
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.