By Orquidia Quintana. Pendant Lamps. Published at Monday, August 26th, 2019 - 20:54:49 PM.
Before making a purchase, make sure you have measurements of tables and sofas so that you can properly scale pieces. A photo of your room is helpful, so you can imagine how different shapes and materials will play, like open weaves, cages, wire lamps, antiqued metal or on-trend mixed metals. And try to see what the lamp looks like illuminated. Some new layered lamps have sheer outer fabric and diffusers that create a soft haze of ambient light within.
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?
Get the popular industrial look for less. Very basic pendant lamps (even just exposed bulbs) can be rigged to vintage barn pulleys from the flea market for a high-end rustic look—on a budget. If you’re feeling ambitious, you can even swing by the hardware store to pick up the items you need to wire the bulbs on your own.
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.
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