Lighting the Way

By Victoria Smith of sfgirlbybay.

One of the easiest ways to brighten up any room is to literally add light. With the changing of seasons and days growing shorter, it’s time to update your spaces to accommodate for get togethers after dusk. From geometric to organic shapes and materials, there are so many fun lighting options out there to choose from and here are just a few of my recent favorites.

I love the vintage, bohemian vibe of these Bright Beads lamps by Marz Designs via Contemporist along with the ability for one to stand alone or to group them together, creating an instant collection.

Photographer Eric Piasecki knows exactly how to capture the life of a home. This lighting fixture via Desire to Inspire is multi-functional, acting as a bold sculptural statement as well as providing light to the space.

This West Elm mobile chandelier remains simple, functional yet so fun. Plus the arms are adjustable to create the perfect lighting for your next dinner party.

The geometric pendant lamps from the Collected by lamp series were created by the talented Ohio artist and craftsman, Jason Koharik. I love the versatility of his work – the fact that I can envision these hanging in both an organic bohemian setting and a cool, modern living area.

This industrial pipe inspired piece seen at Inside Design Amsterdam organized by Elle Decoration, via Worldly Treasury looks like the perfect option for a long, family style table. I love the teal floor and barstool collection it has been paired with – what a dreamy space to hold a studio meeting.

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