If you love the look of rich and dark-colored kitchen cabinetry and dark flooring consider using lighter finish countertops or mix and match lighter cabinetry alongside your dark ones.
This allows you to stay in control of the situation. You no longer need to worry about the neighbor losing that key or having complete unrestrained access to your belongings. In addition you can make sure the chores are actually being completed so you do not have any surprises when you return home.
The creative lighting fixtures have an intrinsic quality of not looking the same from any two perspectives; it is as if each piece is constantly changing as you move around it.
The Halo lighting collection designed by Martín Azúa for Vibia evokes technology design art and life to create a family of pendant lights that is unique for this type. This light design floats in the air forming harmonious shapes lines circles- while generating sensations similar to those experienced in nature.
A while back we featured the sculptural lighting work envisioned by designer John Procario. The newest addition to his custom series of sculptural luminaries includes Freeform II and Freeform Pendant each made from one continuous loop of bent wood (white oak or ash).
Even for your darkest rooms there is a way to bring in lighter finishes to play off of the darker ones. Whether you are looking to add more physical daylight or you’re trying to choose finishes that will brighten up your space and mood look at the 10 easy tips to bring more light into your dark interiors.