Our task for this residential project in our hometown was to create cohesion across an open-concept living room and dining room. We designed two Tamar Wand ceiling chandeliers to tie the rooms together thematically; the one in the dining room expands horizontally to extend the width of the twelve top dining table while the smaller fixture in the living room accents the space delicately.
With its clean horizontal lines, the Tamar Wand chandelier in the dining room carries the eye across to the other side of the room, welcoming conversation among the family over dinner. The chandelier fits the low-ceilinged space, leaving plenty of breathing room above the dining room table to maintain the airy and minimalist feel of the interior’s design. The askew angles of each pendant add a touch of life to the space. In the living room, the circular canopy reinforces the circular motif established by the ceiling molding and sofas.
We created a third fixture that would elevate and accentuate the rectangular ceiling detail at the bottom of the stairs. Attaching the Ivy branches to the ceiling at various heights to create a sloping line lends dynamism to a sparse landing.
Designer: Designs by Debbie