Just in case you want to make better lighting a New Year’s resolution, we thought it would be fun to survey some architects, decorators, and design pros to see what 2021 holds for all things lights and lamps. These experts are shedding some light (had to!) on what’s to come, so you can make some informed decorating decisions in the new year. Here are their bright ideas.
Lisa Sherry Interieurs, DeringHall Listed Interior Designer
Spectacular- love this and quick shipping.
So beautifully made- equally rivals the super expensive rattan lights you see for sale. Says Blend Designs, a buyer from Hingham, MA when she got this pendant from mybaliliving.
And Lisa Sherry, whose design is focused on casual luxe and mixing classic and modern in a white kitchen, has become one of top Charlotte’s interior designer.
She has use the larger version of this rattan seagrass pendant light and use them as mount lightings on top of a white kitchen island.
Leanne Ford, HGTV Media Darling
You can know that Leanne loves natural as the main focus of her design and she, up to today, still believes that when you need an attention worthy furnishing that doesn’t take much of a space, use unique, large pendant light and let it be a ceiling centerpiece. And since 2019 was the year of rattan according to Forbes, and we know for sure that it is now going further to lighting in 2020, sure this style would be one of the best option for upcoming spring home remodeling.
Gabrielle Aker, Los Angeles Interior Designer
“Located just 10 minutes from the beach, and with our client being a lover vacationing in Mexico, we wanted the space to have a subtle and sophisticated beach vibe, which we achieved through the use of natural textures and handmade textiles.”
The Jenner Rattan Pendant Lights will achieve this beach vibe interior goal.