While a couple of these will double as great chandeliers in a small dining room or even the luxurious bathroom the third is the perfect pendant choice for those who wish to turn their kitchen ceiling into a glittering canvas that steals the spotlight.
When hanging a pendant light in a room it is important to consider its purpose – for example to light the entire space or simply create a warm ambience. A pendant’s character and design its materials and heritage the feeling it imparts and its placement are important characteristics that we should consider when choosing a light.
If you really want to highlight the bathtub whether it’s a free-standing a drop-in or an alcove — hanging a chandelier directly above it is a wonderful way to get the job done. Not only does a chandelier provide great lighting for when you’re soaking up some suds it also adds an incredible touch of elegance from above that draws the eye up. (Just remember – safety first!)
The icing on the cake is its ability to transform and almost disappear into a dark backdrop when not needed. This gives any space it adorns a dynamic atmosphere and also lets you control the intensity of the focused light.
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.
There’s no question that brass is back. Once seen as an outdated material found mainly on retro figurines lamps and bed frames has re-emerged as chic design gold. This time around there’s a knowing wink as brass is used to channel a distinct vintage vibe.