Let’s find out how to elevate your dining room design with the most stunning copper lamps.
There is no denying copper is everywhere. It has been a huge trend for the past few years, and it seems that, although some of the madness has slowed down, it is still here to conquer and stay. We personally love this trend! Copper is probably one of the most elegant and stunning materials you could feature in your home decor, and your dining room is no exception. So, today we are going to show you how you can improve your dining room lighting situation using only copper fixtures.
Keep reading and take some notes for your own dining room!
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You can pair up copper with other finished. Both black and white work extremely well with this material. Use the black color for a more sophisticated dining room, and white for a more mid-century or Scandinavian look. The lighting fixture you can see below is Aretha by DelightFULL.
You don’t need to choose a lighting fixture where there is copper all over. You can opt for a more minimalist design with just a few copper details that enhance the design and take it to the next level.
Of course, we had to feature these iconic Tom Dixon lighting designs. The designer pretty much made copper lighting a thing and there is no doubt this particular design is a timeless piece, that will look great everywhere.
If you are looking for something a little bit more luxurious, copper is still an option. Brubeck chandelier lamp by DelightFULL has all the elegance of a mid-century chandelier, with the touch of trendy copper.
All in all, whichever copper lamp you decide to choose, the important thing is taking into account how that will reflect your space and how will it help create the perfect balance in your dining room.
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