Pendant lighting is as versatile as you are. Modern pendant lights are suitable for any room because they can be used in a row above a kitchen island, in clumps around a corner of the lounge room or hanging above bedside tables – singularly or in a set of three on each side. Pendant lighting can be displayed with uniform shades or different sizes or colours.
I also love finding new ways to decorate interiors, so I was excited to see a new range of pendant lighting arrive at Curious Grace. Simply stunning, the Studio Snowpuppe collection comes in very on-trend colours including mint, baby pink, white and grey, and are handmade in the Netherlands from FSC certified butterfly paper. One of my favourite on-line stores for beautiful furniture nd homewares, Curious Grace specialises in Danish furniture style, Scandinavian & Modern Industrial designs and Australian & imported homewares, furniture and art.
These clever new designs won’t over-power a delicate palette, in fact they will add intrigue working with a variety of decor. Suitable for living, kitchen, dining and bedroom areas equally as beautifully. Collections work well in odd numbers. You can hang pendant lighting three or five in a row of the same colour and design or mix ‘n match colours, shapes and sizes to create a ceiling art installation.
After seeing the beautiful SnowPuppe range, I went searching for some different decor ideas for which the pendant lighting would be a perfect match. I have found interior designs that will suit the SnowPuppe shades to show you how easily they can be incorporated.
Very on-trend with block colours and gradients tints in white, black, cream, mint, pink and grey. I’m loving the mint; it’s very unexpected but looks right at home with other cool blues and fresh whites.
Starting at just $159, this artistic pendant lighting comes with a 3m long grey fabric cable and E27 porcelain socket. If you are thinking of using versatile pendant lighting in your home, then visit Curious Grace and see more of this new and innovative range.
Are you a fan of pendant lighting? Do you have them at your home? What’s the best feature of pendant lighting for you? What do you think of the beautiful pastel colour selection and gradient look?