You should already nottest that black & copper, lots of gold and the junction of gold & black are the lighting design trends for next year. Well at Delightfull studio they followed the trends and developed the ideal hanging lamps to decorate the fanciest of the dining rooms.
Copper & Black Sensation | Charles Suspension
It surely is a design trend for 2014: the junction of copper plated and black finishes turn any piece into a desirable object to decorate the trendiest room. And if we are talking about 20 or 40 glossy black lampshades that focus either the ceiling or the floor (it’s up to you), that’s definitely a refined choice for next year. Instantaneously, you’re back to a chic 50’s decor.
Black & Gold Pleasure | Atomic Suspension
Profit from the Black & Gold Pleasure trends for next year with this elegant golden suspension lighting with unusual refined bulbs handmade in different dimensions. This futurist vibe is achieved by noble materials such as the set of glossy black and gold plated round shades, aligned by an asymmetric composition. It’s ideal to be placed in a modern living room to surprise your guests, as well as in a modern lobby. Undoubtedly, it is a breathtaking design inspired in 50’s legacy, a mandatory trend for next year.
Golden Whisper | Matheny Suspension
Golden shapes are going to be a trend next year. Geometrical forms applied in oval, square or rectangular lamps are in the list for lighting design heartbreakers.
Matheny is the ideal trend with its geometric forms redesigned to conceive a unique lighting design piece composed of refined combined golden tubes.
Ideal for a classic living room with a modern touch, Matheny stilnovo suspension lamp came to reinvent classic designs with a high aesthetic feeling. it reflects the sophistication of a timeless iconic piece. For a lobby, a royal dining room or a hotel entrance, Matheny will be the greatest of the choices.
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