Among this Parisian dining room‘s eclectic accessories is a unique bronze-and-crystal pendant by Hervé Van der Straeten, which complements the ocher walls and black commodes. The lighting designmakes the difference in this vintage dining room together with these red and black dining chairs.
A brass sculptural light fixture and statement artwork serve as focal points in a Chicago family home designed by
Steve Kadlec of Kadlec Architecture + Design and Sasha Adler. This lighting design in brass gives a luxury touch that this contemporary dining room needed.
The interior designer Elizabeth Roberts finished the modern dining room of a Brooklyn brownstone with a vintage luxury chandelierfrom John Salibello, a custom Lobel Modern goatskin oval dining table surrounded by Edward Wormley chairs for Dunbar. This is a very clean dining room, where the lighting design creates definitely a statement.
A silver leaf-and-rock crystal chandelier from Liz O’Brien adds a touch of elegance to this contemporary dining room designed by Alex Papachristidis. The modern dining tables are by Paul M. Jones and the vintage Peter Hvidt chairs are in a Larsen linen-cotton blend. A pair of Jeff Koons Puppy vases rests on the custom mantel below an Anish Kapoor Purple Mirror wall sculpture; the fireplace is framed by Rudolf Stingel’s artworks.
Sputnik-inspired pendants make a statement in the luxury dining room of the Beverly Hills home owned by Too Faced founders, Jerrod Blandino and Jeremy Johnson. Jerrod commissioned the Madonna painting from artist Craig Allen. This lighting design fits perfectly in this modern dining room.
In a family home, the interior designers at Alice Lane Home Collection opted for burnished silver leaf pendants by Aerin Lauder to complement the silver-leafed barrel-vault ceiling. The modern dining room is complete with seating for 14 and a custom zebrawood dining table. The lighting design occupies perfectly the space of this dining room.
A pair of 1960s light fixtures hang in the classic dining room of a Manhattan townhouse, which was designed by decorator James Aman and architectural firm Leroy Street Studio. The lighting designcomplements the brass fixtures on the table below.
For a dining room in Washington, D.C., Darryl Carter designed an origami-inspired glass-and-steel light diffuser with artist Margaret Boozer. This lighting design serves as both a functional and sculptural piece.
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