LED lights are artistic forms as well as energy-savers. As you plan or replace lighting in a smaller house, these lights are an excellent choice. Why not add decorative punches as well?
We scoured the interwebs to find very different LED treatments. Here are five we bet you have never seen before, which create mood lighting especially for a great room.
This special LED light is run through a white double braided nylon rope, the type used on boats. (Luke Lamp)
Designer Rebecca Asquith created this lampshade which rolls back into itself and mimics the Nautilus shell. (Design Tree)
David Hakaraia honors Maori heritage with this Mahuika wood and porcelain light symbolizing fire. (Hakaraia Designs)
From New Zealand, Pil pendants are made from native beech and artisan blown glass. (Design Tree)
With a cone of beechwood and felt strips, this French light gets easily adjusted with felt rings. (Metylos)
Consider pendant lighting in a tiny or smaller home, as a way to add artistic flourishes and to keep fixtures proportionate to your space.
Since there are so many kinds of pendants, we decided to hunt down more unusual specimens for your enjoyment. Take some time and discover all kinds of possibilities, to make your place unique.
White-painted branches were attached wall to wall, with many pendants hung for impact and light. (Buitenwijkjes)
Crafters from Chimbarongo, Chile created lamp pendants from recycled plastic bottles and natural wicker. (PET Lamp)
A favorite way to store food or small items, mason jars also become terrific pendant lighting. (Etsy, BootsNGus)
These pendants show off Baby Plumen bulbs, which are sculptural low energy bulbs meant to be seen. (Plumen)