Lighting. Thursday , August 03rd , 2017 - 18:24:34 PM
Although a little bit intimidating, black is not a color you should stay away from when decorating. In fact, black is wonderful when creating contrasts and highlighting features.You can also use it to add a little bit of drama to a space. A black chandelier may seem a little bit unusual in some cases but you can use that to your advantage if you’re aiming for a unique, eye-catching and sophisticated decor with a little bit of theatrical charm. A similar effect can also be achieved with dark colors in general.
We’ve established that wood pendant lamps make spaces feel warm, cozy and inviting so, using that logic, should concrete lamps make a space feel cold and austere? Not at all. Even though concrete is a rough and cool material, it doesn’t really have the expect effect on the interior décor of a room. In fact, it can make a space feel quite homey and enjoyable.
As it turns out, dark color tones are better suited for certain types of chandeliers and this one is a nice example, Featuring a nature-inspired design with ornaments that resemble tree branches, the chandelier has a classical look infused with modern flair. Its design is intriguing and unusual and this makes it versatile and suitable for a variety of interior styles.
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