Designed by Adres Saavedra, this open Palapas home (an open-sided dwelling with a thatched roof made of dried palm leaves) features stunning views of Zihuatanejo, Mexico, a resort city known for its beaches. The designer, who is known for his mix of modern and traditional styles, incorporated Niche kitchen island pendant lights into this residence, and we couldn't be more thrilled with the result. Our bags are packed!
A trio of Pharos pendants in Sapphire glass hangs above the kitchen island. The Pharos looks fabulous in clusters or in lines of multiples over a restaurant bar or kitchen counter, as seen here. The bold hue of our blue glass adds a burst of color in the neutral-toned space. With an open-sided house like this, our signature Sapphire glass helps to further bridge the interior and exterior by complementing the beautiful ocean views.
The homeowner, Joe Fugere, shared this project with us — and we are so glad that he did! Unfortunately, we don't always get to see our lighting in their stunning arrangements once they leave our studio. Whether you're a designer, architect, homeowner, or business owner, we would love to see your Niche lighting projects! So many of you have supported our original work by purchasing our handmade glass lighting. We'd like to thank you by featuring your project on our blog. All you have to do is send us your project information and awe-inspiring images to match.
Location Zihuatanejo, Mexico
Interior Designer Adres Saavedra
Products Used Pharos pendants in Sapphire glass