While wall-mounted sconces are more typically used alongside the bathroom mirrors, substituting silver mercury glass cloche pendants adds an unexpectedly glamorous touch to the guest bathroom of HGTV Dream Home 2014. Silver accessories and an antiqued mirror add more sparkle.
The antique brass and white glass orb pendants provide stylish illumination above the kitchen's large island. The home's smart light system allows lights to be controlled by smartphone, remote or wall switch.
With two islands, lots of counter space and an elevated breakfast bar, this cottage kitchen is perfect for cooking and entertaining. Antique pendant lights illuminate the workspace and brings in an aged rustic look.
A white paneled refrigerator blends in with the cabinetry in this traditional kitchen giving the bright space a beautiful, homey feel. Neutral bar chairs surround the long island with a gray marble countertop. Three country, wrought iron pendant lights add a beautiful antique-like detail to the space and complement the copper colored range hood.
In this formal dining room, designer Vanessa DeLeon achieves an appealing balance between feminine and masculine with a pair of romantic Kravet banquettes in black crushed velvet on the ends, accompanied by eight sturdy leather and antique gold barrel dining chairs. A stunning blue velvet rug adds a splash of color while pulling the look together.
The master suite is comprised of three rooms - the bedroom, dressing room and wet room. Behind the bed, a thrift store find creates a stunning focal point - this vintage 1970’s oil painting by a local city artist creates a dramatic and elegant statement. Inspired by the painting, Lauren Levant designed custom pendant lighting that she made herself from copper battery clamps, stainless steel cable and a light socket kit from the hardware store. A World War II era shipping trunk and an antique ladder complete the collection to create an eclectic, dramatic master suite that celebrates adaptive innovation.
This pink kitchenette makes the most of limited studio apartment space. The main focal point is a reproduction of an antique sink, and a stainless steel shelf and counter houses a small refrigerator, toaster and microwave oven. Lighting is provided by two retro-style pendant lights.
This eat-in kitchen lends a farmhouse vibe with its breakfast bar made from 100-year-old barn siding and lantern pendant lights hanging above. Sage green accents are mixed in with the white cabinets and a neutral stone countertop. Hardwood floors lend a finishing touch.