Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Nook Lighting Round Up

So We are trying to finalize lighting in my SUPER awesome clients house, and I have to say it's proving to be a tough choice to make...

They have a cute little banquette nook that needs a pendant.

I have narrowed it down however I am curious to hear your humble opinions......

Option 1





source:
goodman hanging lamp

Option 2
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Ga'Head.....

Talk amongst yourselves.

32 comments:

  1. Well, I am partial to the VC light since I have them in my home. It is pure awesomeness to say the least and they always get rave reviews from everyone that sees them. So #1 is my pick!

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  2. They both rock my socks, but I have to go with #1. I'm a total sucker for the gold lining. In fact, just used it on a big fatty brass lamp, myself.

    http://thenestinggame.com/2011/10/04/fat-brass-lamp/

    Love your style!

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  3. They're both pretty bad ass, but my vote's for #2. The first option on #2.

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  4. I like option 1 but then I am in a brass/gold phase personally.....

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  5. I have long loved that first dining room so I'm biased, but I love the gold lining of the first one too much to be swayed by the second :)

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  6. My vote is for #1, LOVE those fixtures!

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  7. Number one for sure! I always am drawn more to industrial lighting and I love the fun gold inside!

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  8. We may be a little biased, but our vote is for our Goodman Pendant, of course! The classic lines are something your client will love for a very long time.

    Thanks so much for the mention!

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  9. I'm a huge fan of the goodman pendant--just put a pair in a client's kitchen. That said, hard to know my fave without the context in the room.

    Either way,I think you're lookin good!

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  10. I'm so nutballs over #1 that I've just mentally redone my kitchen and literally shifted around my bank account. Weee!

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  11. Door number one please. Both are cute but option two seems like it would be more difficult to dust.

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  12. #1 for sure for me ... the shape & gold. good stuff :0)

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  13. No. 2 in the drum shape. Great texture but neutral color - very cool!

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  14. I'm all for a fixture that makes a big statement, but nothing about these fixtures screams "nook" to me. How big of a nook are we talking about?

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  15. I love both options, but I think #1 is my fave. But, if you're wanting to add some texture to the nook, #2's a good choice too... you can't really go wrong - both options are pretty killer!

    Also, I think this is my first time commenting, but I really love your blog - not only do you post some really inspiring stuff, but you make me laugh my ass off while doing it :) Thanks!

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  16. I'm gonna have to go with number one as well! Can't go wrong!

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  17. I'd have to say I also am a sucker for the gold lining! It reminds me of the giant over sized chandeliers at the Mondrian Hotel in South Beach!! Love your site!!

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  18. I am partial to #1 as I like the look better and think it will be easier to keep the dust off, but it would depend on what look you are going for in the nook. #2 is much more casual/natural and may work better with the rest of the design.

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  19. Love love love 1!!!!!! Sleek, sophisticated, and pretty awesome.

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  20. both are viable and both have a similar feel. boho casual, boho modern.

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  21. I adore the first one. It's beautiful in person and the gold is a fun, modern pop!

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  22. Both are cool. Second one seems DIYable.

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  23. My vote is for #1...It's glamour perfection!...Drool!!

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  24. def #1. The others look cheap, though I'm sure they're not.

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