Like all well-designed homes, this Boston apartment by Zen Associates is attuned to complexity through simplicity. A sophisticated color palette of dark and light elements contrast with hard and soft materials creating a cohesive space throughout this New England home.
At the heart of the space, a dining table is adorned with a set of three airy Solitaire modern pendants in Crystal glass. This lighting display can easily be installed by using a Linear-3 Multi-Pendant Canopy. The simple silhouette of our clear glass modern pendants contrasts with the complexity of other natural materials found throughout the space. Below the seemingly floating glass sits the solid surface of the natural wood table top. This is paired with sleek black leather chairs and accented with polished metal, completing the stunning mix of natural materials and modern design.
Adjacent to the dining area, the kitchen continues this theme. The seamless white back splash and face of the kitchen island are highly balanced by the dark elements of the smooth gray cabinets and stainless steel hood. Contrasting the glass-like surfaces, the stacked stone facade over adjoining walls cohesively ties the space together.
Using varying textures and contrasting colors successfully is no easy feat, but Zen Associates has designed this modern residential space filled with harmony and balance. Dark elements are brightened by nearby white accents and weightless materials are grounded to create a comfortable home. This New England apartment's lighting installation of Solitaire pendants is the perfect inspiration for using a Linear-3 Multi-Pendant Canopy in your next project. Learn more ways to hang modern pendant lights.