The optical unit works according to a Total Internal Reflection (TIR) principle to direct the emission. It comes to life when light passes through the material, but only a minimum
Get the look: Oversized lights
The bigger, the better. Large light features, whether they’re fixtures, sconces or floor lamps, convey a fearless, take-no-prisoners attitude that plays well in any room. We’re not going to lie, though – these spectacular looks are not for the fainthearted. Feeling bold? Let’s go!
Styling oversized light fixtures: Oversized light fixtures give you an opportunity to forget about conventional rules governing proportion and throw caution to the wind. They’re not just for large spaces; a small room or walk in wardrobe can also benefit from an injection of drama in the form of a giant ceiling fixture or extravagant chandelier. Alternatively, use lighting to delineate separate spaces within a large, open plan area. Compensate for a small dining table or kitchen island by pairing it with a giant fixture for a combined effect that’s greater than the sum of its parts.
Chandeliers and pendants: Any large fixture suspended from the ceiling will draw the eye upward, creating a sense of height and balancing the horizontal planes of the room. A shade that contrasts with the main colors in the room can add to the impact of the piece, while a round or curved shape adds invigorating contrast to a room with lots of straight lines. Our collection of high impact, high drama chandeliers and pendant lights includes: Stella Chandelier, Cellini Ceiling Lamp, Grace 7 Mobile Light.
Author: Sklar Furnishings