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Dining Room

In a New Light: Lighting to Transform your Dining Space

Dining Room

In a New Light: Lighting to Transform your Dining Space

Posted on: September 6, 2017

Are you craving a way to make meals feel sacred or special, sanctuaries from all the external buzz?

First step: reimagine your dining room lighting. A shift in lighting can transform a space and ignite an atmosphere. From opulent chandeliers to modern pendant lights, we’ll share some of our favorite options for renewing your dining space.


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Chandeliers have long been an elegant way to light and uplift a dining space. For a traditional take on transformative lighting, check out the Amykaye Chandelier by Aidan Gray. Aidan Gray has built a reputation on extraordinary European inspired designs; finely finished work that seems plucked from the 17th and 18th centuries. Their range of lighting fixtures reflects this approach, with elegant options that range from fine to finer. The Amyake Chandelier is on the finer end, a delicate chandelier finished in antique gold leaf. Slender arms take a graceful sweep from the center, cradling candlelike lights. Acanthus leaves curve along the top, pairing a perfect blend of ornate detail with refined style.


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Love this look, but lack the tall ceilings needed to do it justice? Move your focus from the ceiling to the walls, and opt for an installation of chic wall sconces. Aidan Gray has you covered, once again. We love the fine lines of their Hasselt Wall Sconce. Two iron arms cross over a hand carved wood base. The arms are finished in the same antique gold leaf as the Amykaye, while the base is a weathered Paris White. Both the Hasselt wall sconce and the Amkaye will cast your dining space in an old world glow.


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Love the glamour of a chandelier, but want an updated style? For a fresh take, check out the Carmen Chandelier by Currey & Company. Based in Atlanta, Currey & Company is known for its hand forged iron pieces, and the Carmen is no exception. This wrought iron cluster, finished in Silver Granelo, has a light, modern feel. Lights bloom from a central orb, a bright blend of romance and play. This piece is a pretty take on tradition, with a playful dose of contemporary style.


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Does your dining space beg for something simpler? It’s time to turn from chandeliers to pendant lights. The Wojan Pendant by Bramble is a refreshing take on industrial. A simple tin shade holds boundless potential: both the interior and exterior are fully customizable, with over 50 finish options for each. Bramble is built on this approach: meticulous, custom design with infinite possibilities. The Wojan Pendant becomes a perfect canvas, staged to reflect your individual taste, style, and dining room decor.


Does your dining space beg for something simpler? It’s time to turn from chandeliers to pendant lights. 


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Finally, for a new take on pendant lighting, we return to Currey and Company, and the Becket Trio Light. This is a streamlined look at lighting, with posh, minimal style. Three glass spheres suspend from fine, wrought iron fixtures, finished in Emery Rust. This is the fixture for cool, cultivated spaces - dining rooms that move in the modern way.


Whether your dining room is made for old world glamour or modern minimalism, we have the perfect lighting for you. Check out our endless array of fine lighting options, and transform your dining space into the sanctuary you deserve.

 

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