This cluster of chartreuse pendant fixtures dangles from the ceiling to cast light on the polka dot memory boxes below. This lighting would add sparkle to a teenager's bedroom or a home office that doesn't shy away from unusual pops of color.
When you have a large island, designers often use three pendants to fill the space. A pendant with mercury glass, for example, can add style to any kitchen, no matter whether you’re going for a retro look or an upscale Mediterranean-style beach cottage, like this home in Alys Beach, a coastal Florida community. This finish is available anywhere from $50 and up through home decor stores and retailers.
Being a very narrow kitchen space, the goal was to make the kitchen and dining area as open to each other as possible while adding storage which was created in the wall behind the dining table. A pine picnic table works as a space saver and point of interest in this otherwise white kitchen.
Along this modern stairway, glass and metal rails connect with the unique glass and metal pendant fixtures that light the space. Lilac paint gives added definition to the curved architecture. Throughout the house, eclectic elements blend the client’s love of pattern and color with the ruggedness of the Park City, Utah, landscape.
The kitchen gets some of its pizazz from high-end appliances, contemporary pendant fixtures and a green marble countertop. Set against a backdrop of crisp white cabinetry, the beauty of the design is in full focus.
If you’re short on space in your bedroom swap table lamps for a pair of hanging pendants. This not only adds an interesting design element to the room, it can free up considerable space on your bedside table. And depending on your fixture, it can cast a lovely light pattern against the wall in the evenings.
This custom pendant light was designed by Andrea Michaelson using chain mesh from ceiling to floor surrounding an exposed light bulb. The functional, unique and industrial modern light fixture fits the design studio powder room where it resides.