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.
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.
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.
Geo style is alive and well in these Hexagon Pots from ferm LIVING shown in a modern grouping below. Perfect for holding everything from flowers to jewelry they are crafted from solid brass and topped off with matte polish.
Take a look at the neat lighting effect this staircase from Homedit creates between each step and even on the side walls. These chunkier stairs featured on Arch Daily make it easier to create more of a soft glow than a bright impression with lighting strips.
When in doubt about hanging it directly above the tub a chandelier can still look fabulous hanging from the very center of the room. Check out the first selection below which makes use of an island for extra counter space and is positioned directly beneath the chandelier. The next one even takes advantage of the vaulted ceilings by hanging a white chandelier with crystals to really complement the rest of the decor.