This bar and restaurant makes use of industrial elements in the space. The pendant lights add a vintage and industrial flair, while the wood bar height dining tables gives the space a rustic appeal. Both elements work well together to give the space an unique and warm appeal.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, this dinning room is bright and open with refinished wood floors and light gray paint with white trim. The room has rustic and modern elements, such as the white wood pendant light, the vintage-looking farm table and the re-purposed headboard that serves as a display for plate ware and decor.
The women's salon at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 includes a space for a private vanity. Pendant lights frame the vanity mirror and are meant to mimic the look of earrings, while a vintage glass chandelier adds an additional touch of glamour to the art deco-style space.
This master bedroom benefits from hand-painted blue and white ombré walls features an ethereal design scheme, including chic, Bohemian features like the floral curtains and brass pendant lights. Vintage mirrors hang above the neutral tufted headboard, while two plush orange upholstered ottomans sit at the foot of the bed.
Attached to the kitchen island, vintage storage compartments keep kitchen gadgets neatly stowed away. Gorgeous warm wood cabinets feature integrated stainless steel appliances for a sleek, classic look, and a globe pendant light sparkles above the island which has room for three to dine or converse with the host while they prep and cook.
Change up your room with an industrial light fixture, but in a color that doesn’t seem too harsh. These metal pendant shades, which are under $80, come in a spa blue that DIY and home decor blogger Wendy Durnwald selected. She saved even more by finding the vintage-like fixture at the Ballard Designs outlet.
Little ones can sail off to dreamland in this seaworthy nursery built for two. The chalkboard-like wallpaper gives both texture and depth to the room and the vintage suitcases are the perfect substitute for a nightstand without being kitschy. A fanciful star pendant light dangles overhead while a bold, geometric carpet anchors the space.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, Jo repurposed an old headboard, found at the house into a dispaly rack. Now painted white, the display rack matches the vintage-looking farm table, and serves as a display for plateware and decor. The neo rustic pendant light is a fun and stylish addition to the dining area.
Vaulted ceilings and white cabinets, Calacatta countertops and a large eat-in center island creates an airy, sophisticated kitchen. With vintage modern and traditional details like traditional satin nickel bin pulls, a sparkle from the fabric-wrapped chains on the pendant lights and porcelain herringbone floor tiles adds depth and creates a feeling that is both contemporary and inviting.
This farmhouse inspired kitchen is full of rustic and vintage detail. From the gold metal and tin pendant light to the ornate shelf brackets that match the hood range this kitchen is full of charming allure. The deep well sink is accented by the large kitchen window and wood grain tile backsplash surround with mosaic detail.
The perfect pairing of vintage and contemporary, pendant lights become the piece de la resistance in the kitchen of HGTV Smart Home 2013. The walls, ceiling and the island cabinet base boast a vibrant beachy-blue hue that invites relaxation. The 6-foot island, capped in quartz, serves as both workspace and casual-chic dining area.
To maintain the farmhouse feel, designers kept the wainscoting that already existed in the space, but updated it with a coat of paint that continues the neutral color palette into the dining room. A vintage, farmhouse table further continues the design, while the chairs surrounding it have been painted black to make them seem more modern. The sliding barn door separates the dining room and kitchen from the rest of the house, maintaining the vintage style. Finally, color is added to the space through the aqua pendant light and the broadway letter B light, completing the updated, farmhouse design of the space.
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.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson filled this century-old kitchen with a mix of modern amenities and vintage charm. The large eat-in kitchen island was topped with a premium slab of Calacatta marble and painted a rich blue to match the room's traditional blue and white floral wallpaper. Brass pendant lights hang over the stainless steel sink and complement the room's brass hardware, completing the cohesive design.
To add color to the updated, yet still authentic feeling kitchen and dining room spaces, designers on America's Most Desperate Kitchens continued the mint green color from the kitchen into the dining room. The mint green of the refrigerator and the KitchenAid reflect flecks of mint green in the custom, large print tile floor. The same accent color enters the dining room with the vintage, mint green pendant light.