Black, White, and Wood.


There will always be something inherently chic about a monochromatic color scheme, or simple black and white. It is timeless, clean, and always seems to come across as elevated.


Lately, with next week’s launch of our new Hashtag lights, I’ve been asking myself…How do I make the elevated look of black and white seem more welcoming….seem more authentic? All of our new lights take the most popular hashtags from fashion week, and turn them into wooden pendant lights with black and white cords. So as you can see…black and white is definitely at the forefront of my mind.


Let’s face it, we’ve all thought it at one point. “I love this living room! This space looks like it stepped right out of a magazine”…and then thought…”but how do you live in something that feels so harsh all the time?” The reality is, sometimes the starkness of just white and black is anything but welcoming. At the end of the day, you need your space to make you feel like you’re living in a...

You've got to admit, this set up not only looks beautiful, but also makes you want to jump right onto that couch and relax. This photo from the Oracle Fox blog is a perfect example of comfortable chic. The wooden floor and coffee table make it all feel light and easy.




I think we agree that the statement piece of this room is the art. In my opinion, the best part about it is all the white space for one simple witty message. The other great part about this space is definitely the wood ceiling. This is what keeps this room feeling authentic and warm.


(photo from D pages)




This gorgeous dining room by Danielle de Lange is stunning right? I love the pendant light feature with the traditional ceiling mount. Though the dark floors are really dark, without throwing in that natural element, this space would feel much more stark, right?




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