Open designs in light fixtures are popular in today’s homes – and designers and homeowners have discovered a new way to complement their favorite statement pieces by changing out the bulbs.
There are so many bulb choices to choose from – that feature a variety of shapes and finishes – including:
- mini lamps
- tubular filaments
- vintage bulbs
- silver globes
- Edison style lamps
The possibilities are virtually endless!
In the loft pictured above, the space features exposed wood beams, an antique mirror and lots of natural light. Progress Lighting’s Spicewood pendant contributes to an industrial-inspired environment – where candelabra and Edison bulbs complement the overall design.
Customization is becoming increasingly important to both designers and homeowners as they seek to make unique statements within their personal settings. And this definitely rings true for Mid-Century Modern-inspired interiors, such as the one pictured above!
Simple lines and bold colors are a focal point in the room setting above. To add a greater design effect for Draper’s mid-century classic design, our team selected tubular style lamps to create a truly signature statement for this home.
Elongated bulbs and vintage lamps, such as those found in tubular and decorative incandescent styles, complement Evoke’s elliptical-inspired frame – and appear stunning through a clear glass shade.
As Progress Lighting sees the resurgence in the trend of exposed, open and vintage bulbs in decorative products, they are educating audiences to understand how a lamp’s shape, size and color can work to create a completely new look for each fixture – and room.
Shop these great finds by Progress Lighting at PDI. For more inspiration, visit us on the web at relyonpdi.com or call to book your appointment at 770-963-9231.
Written by Progress Lighting for PDI