By Orquidia Quintana. Pendant Lamps. Published at Friday, August 30th, 2019 - 00:44:52 AM.
Most of us follow convention when hanging lights. We naturally place fixtures over the kitchen island, dining table, and maybe in the entry hall. It is increasingly rare to see a chandelier in a living room. And the popularity of open living/dining/kitchen spaces has accelerated the death of the living room pendant, with focus firmly fixed on the dining table.
Tired of not being able to see what you’re doing? Old out-dated light fixtures which look ancient or plain ugly? You’ve got some lighting but it’s still not bright enough to read a book? Or your rooms just don’t have enough lighting fixtures built-in?
A chandelier presents the perfect opportunity to introduce a new style in your room. A modern fixture in a traditional space or vice versa adds an unexpected twist. Select a large, visually substantial fixture to make a statement. Decorative lighting can stand alone in a room and doesn’t have to blend with other design elements. This simple, rustic space is transformed with an ornate crystal chandelier.
Anyone who does not have wall cabinets in the kitchen will be rewarded with a generous amount of space - and therefore more room for lighting. The workspace can be wonderfully and precisely illuminated with pendant lighting such as the classic Toldbod 120 by Louis Poulsen or the Unfold pendant lamp by Muuto.
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