Lighting Story Board Telling a Mixed TaleBy Mary
I love this collection of lighting on order for a current project. It was pulled together with some of my favorites from past projects and the addition of some great new fixtures. The mix of finishes, glass textures and flowing lines tells an interesting story. It certainly has a contemporary feel but many of the elements can be blended into various styles. Below is a description of each fixture on this Lighting Story Board.
#1 Large contemporary chandelier with LED lighting by Corbett Lighting. Finish is silver leaf with stainless accents. It measures 48″ long and 15″ wide. We are using this fixture over a live-edge dining table in a space with a vaulted ceiling. The space is very open and can carry the visual weight of the fixture. It could also be used over a large island if the scale and size is proportionate.
#2 Ceiling fixture by Crystorama is called “Broche” with a close resemblance to a woman’s brooch. The numerous silver leaves on this fixture will add a sparkle to the ceiling of the small guest bedroom.
#3 Master Bedroom ceiling fan is from the Kichler Link collection. Sleek and stylish with the two blade construction and walnut/brushed nickel finishes.
#4 Kichler Braelyn wall sconce in Olde Bronze finish will be used with a rustic pedestal sink in the guest bathroom. To coordinate with the aqua tile accent I plan to embellish these glass globes with linear strips of art glass.
#5 Mossa-a classic mini-pendant from Uttermost will be placed over the large kitchen island. The globe of heavily seeded art glass blends into any setting.
#6 Four slender vanity fixtures from Kovacs with excellent LED illumination will flank three mirrors over the master Bath vanity.
Once again you and I will both have to wait to see the installation of these fixtures. This lighting will be used with the Spa-like Bath tiles project I shared last week. The projected is scheduled for completion later this summer-so stay tuned.
Did you like the links to the light fixtures? I thought it might be helpful.
Enjoy the summer!
Mary Sherwood Lifestyles