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.
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.
Even in the bathroom chandeliers that come with large shades can look amazing. Whether you want a simple look without too much dazzle or just something to add a little extra to the ambience of the room a chandelier with a shade might be all that you need.
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.
There are lots of decor trends that tend to come and go kind of quickly but blown glass isn’t one of them. The lighting effect you get from pairing an interesting looking pendant with light brings a touch or modern artistry to any room that can even look great in traditional settings. Here are just a few very unique pieces to get you in on this timeless trend!
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.