Unlike before, there are tons of dazzling new lightings available for just about any part of your home; as we speak now there are even more designs waiting to come out in the market. It might be the perfect time to start redecorating or renovating a part of your home like the kitchen. In renovations, of course you’ll think about furniture and design but don’t forget about contemporary lighting. An important element in interior design that’s often neglected is the lighting; you can’t just choose a cheap bulb after spending some money on everything just because the light bulb is kind of ‘okay.’Lightings that are impractical or have little to no aesthetic appeal can be annoying in the long run and replacing them will cost a good amount of money as well as time. So you should invest time and thought on the kind of contemporary light you want installed on your kitchen, if you don’t have any solid idea as to the kind that you want then try consulting a designer. Better yet, we’re here to list down a few that might catch your attention.
This particular contemporary lighting was designed to challenge people’s perception of texture and light. The Castle Pendant is made of concrete, yes you read that right, concrete. Compared to all other lights out there that are made of glass and metal, the Castle Pendant may not come at par in terms of energy efficient material but it’s incredibly sustainable. In terms of lighting, a customer can choose from the following sizes: extra small, small, medium and large. The Castle Pendant has a polished nickel finish and the shade is made of concrete.
Meurice Rectangular Chandelier
The Meurice Rectangular Chandelier has a bamboo-like frame with multiple globes of light strategically situated at each end. The Robert Abbey Meurice Rectangular Chandelier was designed by Jonathan Adler and is available in the following finishing: Polished Nickel, Antique Brass and Deep Patina Bronze.
The Cirque Pendant lighting was inspired by those exciting fair and carnivals that we excitedly go to. This candy-colored aluminum shade sparks those fond memories, but keep in mind that even though it was inspired by candy and carnivals it still retains a modern and sophisticated appearance. The pear shape of the light creates an alluring down light, meanwhile creating a bright atmosphere. The choice of colors is quite brave, broad strokes were used to enhance the personality of the lighting.Designed by Clara von Zweigbergk in 2016, the material used was drawn aluminum and the white lacquered inner reflector removes any and all glare from the light. Small, medium and large are the only sizes available for this lighting. It features a round ceiling canopy and field-cutting suspension cord in the color white. The Cirque Pendant is available in three color schemes:
- Copper – copper, white, pale blue and grey blue.
- Red – red, pale blue, turquoise and yellow
- Yellow – yellow, pale blue, white and copper.