I'm feeling the need to shake things up around here. Lighting wise, that is.
My style has always verged on the more traditional side. I like products that are classic, not too trendy, things that will stand the test of time. Does that make my style too predictable? Maybe.
I've been shopping online for a light fixture to go over the cottage dining room table and the more I looked at the dining room mockup, the more it started to feel, well, boring. Classic lanterns, chandeliers with shades, candlesticks... paired with a harvest table, none of them are feeling fresh to me. So now I'm on the lookout for something different. Perhaps graphic black dining room lighting is what I need? Here's a few that have caught my eye:
4. Small Industrial Gathered Chandelier 5. IKEA Vitemolla 6. Sea Gull Lighting 9 Light Blacksmith 7. Issac 3 Light Chandelier 8. Industrial Bronze Modern Chandelier 9. Capitol Pendant
I like how these lights aren't too fussy; they're clean-lined and simple but not too contemporary. The black is just enough to draw your eye from across the room.
Tell me, what kind of lighting do you have over your dining table?