Pops of red keep this neutral contemporary home office far from ho-hum. A red wire chandelier quirkily lights the space with the help of a red table lamp. On the built-in shelf along the back wall, red accessories pick up the red flowers in the large artwork.
A mix of bold patterns in neutral colors creates a visually interesting, yet not overpowering bedroom design. The striped ceiling draws attention to the slim wire chandelier hanging over the bed. An ivory padded headboard provides a soft background for multi-patterned bedding and interesting black sconces.
The sky's the style limit when it comes to this eclectic dining room, a mix of quirky finds and statement pieces (check out the wild, red wire chandelier!). A stately wood sideboard comes in handy for storage.
A round orange banquette offers a comfortable place to sit in this sunken living room. In addition to the wired chandelier above, the burst of color brightens and opens the overall space. Vivid artwork on the walls and the Southwestern fireplace add an eclectic touch.
In this sunken eclectic living room, a free-form banquette provides plenty of seats for entertaining. The bright orange throw pillows, cushioned seats, and shag rug add a playful pop of color against the white tile and textured walls. A wired chandelier draws the eye upward.
A slim wire chandelier provides soft lighting in this spacious bathroom without obstructing the line of sight. A dark gray tile wall allows cylinder-shaped sconces flanking the vanity mirrors to stand out. White countertops and rectangular vessel sinks complement the white tile flooring creating bright, airy space.
A custom-finished island contrasts with white cabinetry to make a dramatic statement at the heart of this transitional kitchen. A wire globe chandelier by Restoration Hardware and island pendants by Currey & Co. bring an old-world touch to the space that blends nicely with the industrial feel of the wood and metal bar stools. Quartz countertops add a sleek and stylish touch.
Hang stars from a chandelier for an easy way to sparkle up the holidays. Keep things interesting by using a variety of sizes and adding at least one patterned paper to mix with a few solid colors. Use a thin metal wire or ribbon to attach the ornaments to the chandelier, making sure to vary the length to make the arrangement more pleasing to the eye.
This spacious kitchen features a richly-hued breakfast nook with a neutral round table and red plaid upholstered wooden chairs. A vintage metal chandelier with mini lampshades hangs overhead. Glass front cabinets with a diamond wire mesh pattern are paired with a red accent wall and metallic crown molding.
This no-fuss dining room fits right in with this bachelor pad's aesthetic. A wood area rug defines the dining space, which includes a small square table, four chairs and a trendy chandelier. A conversation-starting screen made of little wire people rests against a wall for added visual interest.