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.
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.
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.
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.
Add some shine to your desk with solid brass accessories from ferm LIVING. In the next image we see the Brass Semicircle Stand (among other treasures) which serves as a convenient holder for letters magazines and more:
Homeowners hang beautiful light fixtures from their ceilings and put lamps in as many dark corners of a room as they can but how often do you visit someone’s home and see their lit up with built-in lighting?