One of the quickest ways we gather design inspiration is via social media platforms; the infamous Instagram and the wonderful world of Pinterest. Whether it's for a lighting fixture, a backsplash, furniture, or even a renovation project, we always turn to our favorite designers for inspiration. There are so many accounts out there with plenty to offer, so we have hand-picked some of our most recent favorites that not only give us heart-eyes, but that showcase lighting trends we recommend. We hope that this helps you not only get inspired, but really tackle that next renovation project or give your space a small refresh.
Interior Designer Lindye Galloway is serving us such a marbel-ous design. We are swooning over the beautiful balance and contrast she has created in this kitchen design. The two-tone marble application from the waterfall island really pops against the white marble backsplash with integrated slab shelving. The deep-blue counters also give a dose of color, while blending in perfectly with the rest of the space.
Our favorite part of this design is the ombre, rattan pendants. These Lotte pendants were a super clever choice, complimenting the two-tone marble.
Lindye Galloway has an interior design studio that is based in Newport Beach, California. We highly recommend checking out Lindye Galloway's Instagram feed for tons of design inspiration. Follow @lindyegalloway.
This hand-made beauty contains so much detail, with hundreds of thin buri sticks derived from a palm in the Asian tropics. This piece is beyond luxurious and in our eyes is worth every penny, shop here.
You can't go wrong with a modern farmhouse kitchen and this one from Interior Designer Kimberly Timmons has been done right. This kitchen design is well-equipped with neutral tones and natural light, while also containing variation with the black Banfield Pendants.
Keeping in mind that design can be both stunning and functional, don't be afraid to use exposed shelving in your kitchen to add in accessories and everyday household items.
Based out of Denver Colorado, Kimberly Timmons Interiors serves so many inspiring designs on their Instagram feed, including this one. Give her a follow @kimberlytimmonsinteriors.
Two words: industrial and chic. Our Banfield Pendant easily adds a focal point to any design without distracting from the space's overall design. Its modern LED technology, minimalist silhouette, and killer finish options make it a triple-threat. This is an add to cart moment, shop here.
One of our most recent designer collaborations features JLV Creative and boy is this living room design absolute perfection. From the color pallet to the accessories, the amount of detail in this design is impeccable.
The tall ceiling calls for a two-tier chandelier and the Elm Chandelier was without a question a great choice for this design.
Follow Jesse Lee Vickers on Instagram @jlv_creative and don't forget to checkout here hand-picked collection exclusively on our site here.
If you are looking to take a walk on the BOLD side, we highly recommend checking out our Elm Chandelier. This sleek, circular, wagon wheel-style chandelier is an awesome way to bring in bold elements and character into your home. Shop here for this jaw-dropping fixture.
Interior Designer Kelsey Leigh really out did herself with this foyer makeover. She effortlessly displayed how to anchor an open concept entryway. The beautiful round table and round vintage-inspired rug gives a great focal point for the space without over-crowding the space.
Checkout her feed @kelseyleighdesignco for her stunning #projectcitytosuburbs and much more. You will not be disappointed.
The Idalia Chandelier is not only one of our favorite chandeliers, but one that continues to be a top designer pick. Its organic shape is like nothing we have ever seen before. Fall in love with Idalia here.
We understand that picking out lighting can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. Lighting Connection has design consultants on-hand to help with selections for your space. See something you already love? Shop now at lightingconnection.com or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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