Using Two Different Colors of the Same Lamp

Using Two Different Colors of the Same Lamp

Jess Watson
Jul 13, 2010

There are obviously many beautiful things about the open floor plan of this living room/dining room. Just off hand, I am in love with the Chesterfield sofa, the butterfly chair and the thick, wood slab coffee table. But while a dining room and living room can often feel disparate, they managed to unify the spaces with their choice of pendant lamps.

Using one black and one white version of the same lamp creates a relationship between the spaces without making it feel matchy-matchy. These lamps, pendants with pleated oversized shades from Santa & Cole, are perfect for the expansive space and high ceilings of this loft in Barcelona. The predominant use of white with rich woods obviously also unifies the space, but the lamps are such a great finishing touch.

To see more images of the apartment, visit Micasa: The Reform of a Flat in Barcelona.

Images: Micasa

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