Think long, landscape-oriented lighting over kitchen islands, dining tables, bedrooms, et. This look emphasizes clean lines and a modern profile that feels so fresh. Often incorporating bare bulbs or LED, linear lighting evokes a minimalist vibe. But, if you think that feels way too modern for your sensibilities, you’ll find that this new genre also works well with a more classic look. Interior Design: Ronen Lev | Photography: Nicole Franzen In lieu of traditional pendants, long, linear lights that reach horizontally rather than the typical verticle drop bring a bit of streamlined drama to the space.
Don’t worry, pendant lights aren’t going anywhere just yet, but they definitely have a healthy dose of competition and it’s one that feels fresh and modern. via Urban Electric | Interior Design: Jeffrey Alan Marks | Photography: Jose Manuel Alorda Interior Design: Meagan Camp | Photography: Rikki Snyder
Often with linear sensibilities and sculptural shapes, these lights are major statement pieces. They incorporate everything from sputnik style mid-century modern design to more organic, asymmetrical armed forms, but all have one thing in common – high drama. We are 100% into this look and discovered so many beautiful variations at our recent trip to Las Vegas Market.