Trouble with writing about all things design, you get tired super fast of things and so it makes it really difficult to commit to anything sometimes. Do some of you get that way? I think thats why I have so many unfinished rooms (well besides money); its the fact that I'm so scared to commit to things that are more permanent, like hard-wired lighting for example or things that need to be permanently nailed to the wall (after all that hard work painting it's hard to screw in a sconce). But it's time to get on with it and so last night I proceeded to look for a little kitchen lighting inspiration. I'm loving pendants (the big ones especially) –both modern and industrial-inspired; here's a few ones I've bookmarked. Above: A New-York-inspired turquoise transparent pendant. Photo by Patric Johansson for Skona Hem.
|Martin Lof for Skona Hem|
|Angelina Jolin for Skona Hem|
A dramatic over-sized light. Photography by Jim
IKEA Family Live Magazine.
Porcelight P14 pendant lamps by Danish designer Erik Magnussen look stunning also. From My Scandinavian Home.