And finally though they might not be anything new globe lights will always be a surefire way to add just the right amount of twinkle to a summer evening. If you want to get as much bang for your buck as you can out of these babies try hanging them right at the entrance of your party for an increased wow factor.
Yet at other times the look of brass furniture decor and lighting is super minimal and perfectly modern. Let’s take a peek at some of today’s most interesting brass pieces…
Minimalist wall sconces are all the rage especially when crafted from brass. No wonder this Swing Arm Brass Wall Sconce from CB2 is so appealing! Brushed brass is the material of choice and thanks to a swiveling maneuver you can position the light right where you need it most.
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.
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).
What do you think about chandeliers in the bathroom? It’s a bit of a controversial design trend in some ways due to certain requirements that need to be met regarding bathroom lighting that’s safe enough to use around all that water and steam. If you can make it work safely then it certainly is a great idea.