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The Best Contemporary Ceiling Lights for Eccentric People

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 23, 2015 01:01 AM
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by ESLTeam last modified Dec 22, 2015

Has anyone ever called you a “weirdo”, “kook”, “space-case” or a “hippie”? Do you like exotic foods, subtitles in foreign films, obscure music and spiritual journeys? Then showcase your eccentric side and install some imaginative contemporary ceiling lights in you home. When choosing a modern chandelier or flushmount ceiling fixture , you make a statement about yourself. Are you a futurist who likes bright spaces? Or are you a traditionalist who prefers warm, intimate light and dramatic contrast? Let’s breakdown our wildest modern ceiling light designs by these two camps: Ceiling Lights for Futurists If you prefer spotless design, look at the elegant Possini Euro's modern crystal and aluminum ceiling light fixture . It features asymmetric aluminum rods that point in all different directions. This close-to-ceiling light works well with white walls that bounce illumination in all directions. Ever wanted to travel through “space: the final frontier”? Then “boldly go” with our Retro Circles LED ceiling light . Its seven LED lights project at different lengths from the center, giving it a wild star cluster look. Another dazzling fixture for stargazing eccentrics is the chrome Galaxy ceiling light from Possini Euro . Imagine looking up and seeing a meteor shower every time you flip the light switch. Traditionalist Ceiling Lights Got a thing for atomic-age nostalgia? Then you’ll swoon for the Possini Euro's New Orbit ceiling light in chrome . Nine 20W halogen globes give the feeling of swirling electrons around the polished chrome “nucleus”. Atomic age meets Steampunk sensibilities with our Franklin Iron Works Modern Atom Ceiling Light in bronze . This caged bronze fixture looks different from every angle, and includes a decorative Edison bulb that provides a warm incandescent light. Like taking your vintage to a whole new (or should we say old) level? The Franklin Park galvanized metal outdoor ceiling light looks like it came out of a coal mine during the late 1800s. Its stainless steel design is suitable indoors and is UL listed for damp outdoor locations. What's Your Eccentricity? When it comes to your eccentric tastes, do you consider yourself a futurist or traditionalist? And were you able to find contemporary ceiling lights that speak to your eccentric style? We’d love to know what you think.






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