Interior design trends come and go, especially when it comes to things like finishes and wood stains, and paint colors. First we had brass and malachite, then we had gold and navy blue, and now it seems like the home décor world is going to be seeing a lot of copper metallic finishes and neutral color palettes. Black, white and every shade of gray in between seem to really look amazing in my opinion, especially under a chic copper light fixture. One of my absolute favorites right now comes from Tom Dixon, called the “Copper Shade Pendant”, which is modern, minimal glamour at its finest.
There’s no doubt that I’ve been seeing a surge of great interiors using Tom Dixon’s rounded copper light fixture to add a dose of modern to the design. Everything from sleek, minimal condos to grand Parisian apartments with white walls and ornate crown molding can pull of this look with envy-inducing style. I think that part of the fun of interiors is that even though popular styles change, you can choose which trends stick with you and love them until you’re ready for something different. Personally, I really think that the shiny copper finish adds an eye-catching element that I could see myself loving for quite awhile!
My favorite looks that seemed to have really nailed the copper pendant look are those modern interiors with tons of natural lighting and a sleek, minimal design aesthetic. Honey-hued wood finishes, white painted walls and black furniture pieces or cabinetry seem to all work together, drawing your eyes to the copper cohesiveness of the space. These in a kitchen or grouped over a dining table would create an impressive visual attraction for all who enter. It just goes to show sometimes you don’t need an oversized crystal chandelier to make a statement, just a well-designed piece that people gravitate toward.
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