N Studio (formerly known as Intarya) understands the power of a perfectly placed statement light decoration. This dining room decoration is completed, with a bespoke pendant made in the home of glassmaking – Murano.
Get the look by piling your dining table with books when not in use and contrasting pure white walls and pale flooring with colourful art and interesting sculpture.
Lilly Bunn tries the look in collaboration with a gilded ceiling and glossy teal walls to stunning effect. The light from its scattered bulbs casts a pretty glow onto the golden ceiling giving the space an ultra-opulent feel. A fret-designed mirror is placed just so to reflect the statement silhouette.
Jean-Louis Deniot’s canvas for the upcoming Elysee Miami offers super-high ceilings and plenty of open space. The designer creates a nucleus for the impressive space whilst retaining its impressiveness by suspending two oversized sputnik-inspired light fixtures above this serene living room arrangement.
Bergdorf’s ground-floor jewel emporium isn’t the only place you’ll spot a sputnik or an urchin. Kelly Wearstler designed the Hollywood Regency space 10 years ago and incorporated flushes which radiant from the ceiling, casting an invisible aura of magic over the space. The famous interior designer teamed the lights with a fresh powder blue palette, delicate Chinoiserie wallpaper and leather porter chairs.
Dining rooms seem to be the place to be for sputnik lights, in no small part because of their dramatic impact. AB Concept incorporated a bejewelled sputnik design into this space from its 39 Conduit Road, Hong Kong project. The scattered crystal-like elements add a glamorous edge to the contemporary scheme of marble, wood and leather.