Stylish classy and uncomplicated in its form designed by couples the charm of a cascading chandelier with a more traditional design. Yet its overall form use of a chromed steel frame and clear straight lines make it distinctly contemporary. The chandelier works well even in tiny rooms because of its flawless design and it’s bound to become the showpiece of any room it adorns.
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…
Lead your guests to your backyard bash in style with these ethereal solar-powered LED paver bricks. They can be wedged between your regular pavers for a built-in look or simply placed along a path or in grass for a more temporary installation. And because they’re powered by the sun there are no wires or bulky battery packs to trip over!
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:
Unless you’re visiting a fancy commercial building or walking down some very nicely landscaped outdoor steps built-in staircase lighting isn’t quite as common in the average home. It may not work in everyone’s home but it definitely helps make a staircase look more interesting and safe in the dark! Here are some great examples to check out for yourself.
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.