You mostly use your dining area to host a fabulous dinner with friends and family. Modern Dining Tables is here to make sure your furniture, decor and interior design is just as fabulous as the dinners you host, by giving you some ideas about luxury lighting for your dining room.
We will start by presenting you an amazing lighting piece by Boca do Lobo, the Supernova Chandelier. It was inspired on the cataclysmic explosion of a massive star. Supernovas can briefly outshine entire galaxies and radiate more energy than our sun will in its entire lifetime and the same happens apparently with this stunning chandelier ready to bright up your dining area design.
The Newton Chandelier, also by Boca do Lobo is an exclusive piece perfect for your dining lighting design all handcrafted paying a tribute to the portuguese craftsmanship heritage and metal work skills.
American fashion writer J.J. Martin placed a circular 1970s Italian light fixture over a 1940s parchment-covered Italian table. The circular fixture illuminates the space in a creative way.
Decorator James Aman and architectural firm Leroy Street Studio designed this amazing dining room using a pair of 1960s light fixtures hangs to complement the brass fixtures on the table below.
Darryl Carter designed an origami-inspired glass-and-steel light diffuser with artist Margaret Boozer. This light serves as both a functional and sculptural piece.
This room design features a jeweled chandelier to add even more luxury to an already elegant and sophisticated dining area.
With a dining table of concrete and steel and 1960s chairs bycovered in a fabric, this design is already incredible, but the true statement piece here is the light fixture from the same era by
In this Monte Carlo apartment, the Sputnik ceiling light is by Fedele Papagni. It serves as a focal point for the open and airy space.
On the Upper West Side, the dining table and banquette, upholstered in amohair, are custom designs. Above is a whimsical sculptural chandelier finished in gold to bring luxury and glamour to this design.
In his Paris apartment, designergives free rein to his love of Asian furniture, artifacts and handicrafts, without shortchanging classic French style. The golden globe shines in an otherwise understated space.
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Source: Elle Decor