From humble mason jars to luxury chandeliers, light is a superb way to show off and live through design. Take a chance with crazy colors, oversize colors or unanticipated details for instant influence on your space.
Whether you live in a country farmhouse, a city apartment or a suburban tract house, light is the simplest feature to switch outside readily. You get a massive bang for your buck with a distinctive colour, even though a dated chandelier may ruin a perfectly fine design. Do not overlook the lights, and move a color different along with your lighting choices!
LDa Interiors & Architecture
Update an old favourite. This conventional, muted green dining room had a shot of color, and wow! That shot of gloomy does it. Now that is the best way to liven up a country kitchen, do not you believe?
Working with an old chandelier which is too brassy and far from classy? Get ideas from this piece for embellishing it with beads and paint to get a bright statement in your craft room or study.
Invest into a new icon. Is your appearance daring but your palette dim? The modern icon Link Suspension by LZFis happy to take center stage in any dining room.
Shirley Parks Design
Crafted in a variety of colors, this colour combines a modern aesthetic with a forgiving, curvy silhouette for the very best of both worlds.
Berry Design Build
Take the party outdoors. Great shades do not have to stay inside. Liven up an outside room or party with bright colors hung high in trees. Try metal colors for permanent fixtures or experimentation with paper for temporary installations.
Cassy Aoyagi, FormLA Landscaping
Hanging lights from trees provides a feeling of enclosure to a room and provides a more indoor feeling to an outdoor place. Hanging glass fittings outdoors is a daring move but makes a statement.
Rizzoli New York
Play mass and scale. The very best way to amp up a color is to give it a few brothers and sisters. This massive installation of large scale lanterns complements and highlights the upholstery pattern and earns a strong artistic statement.
Craig Custom Builders
Wish to stop traffic with a light fixture? Go for broke with a mass of beer bottles crafted into a bright and unique chandelier.
Pare down to shape. Sometimes the best way to upgrade an old color is to peel it down. Gently strip off the paper or cloth from the color, give it a fresh coat of paint and a soft bulb, and let the bones of the plan shine.
The Brick House
Obviously, there are lots of choices for exposed fittings one of today’s products. Minimalist and structural, these artful lighting fixtures do not need colors to create an impression.
Robin Baron Design
Go for broke. A standout lighting fixture really can make a space, so consider investing in an oversized chandelier dripping with opulence for your dining room.
With chandeliers like these, you hardly need additional ornamentation in the remainder of the room. A dining table, chairs and a view are the sole musts here.
Andrea May Hunter/Gatherer
Go for broke with a ship-shaped chandelier adorned with crystal.
John Lum Architecture, Inc.. AIA
Indoors or outside, modern or traditional, light may change a space for the better. Go bold with your choices, create a statement and refresh your nest with a new colour or chandelier.