Christmas is just two months away, and to celebrate that, we highlighted a collection of mid-century lighting pieces that go hand-in-hand with Christmas Decor.
Christmas is just around the corner, with Winter upon us in a glimpse, and we’re so ready for the new trends, the home makeovers and the inspirations. So today, we’re giving you a list of amazing mid-century lighting pieces that will look amazing with your Christmas decor, elevating it and accentuating it with its light!
Drawing inspiration from the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, DelightFULL’s designers created Aretha chandelier. A modern chandelier that feels like a throwback to the classic mid-century lighting designs that were used during the period.
Its body is 100% handmade in brass and the bulb holders are made of aluminum. All of the parts can be customized to your liking. Nickel plated is the standard finish for the body, while a glossy white finish is used for the sockets. Aretha is the perfect addition to any Scandinavian or Industrial inspired modern dining room.
Ella round chandelier is a unique lighting piece that represents a throwback to the simple and clean design of the mid-century era. Inspired by Ella Fitzgerald, this piece resembles Ella Fitzgerald’s music style and life style.
A perfect complement for that mid-century inspired Los Angeles home, inspired by Hollywood’s Golden Years. This piece is suited for a dining room that is deeply rooted in a mid-century vintage décor.
Norah collection is inspired by the great Norah Jones, one of modern jazz’s most renowned jazz singers and songwriters. Norah is a mid-century modern lighting design collection, that is inspired by the 50’s style décor. Norah chandelier is a piece that features up to seventeen shades.
This mid-century modern chandelier is the perfect chandelier if you are looking for a chandelier that doesn’t stand out but just blends with the rest of the room. A proper Scandinavian style living room would benefit best with this piece.
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