Seattle’s good at creating light. It makes sense. It’s dark and gray here. We’re too smart to settle for that, so we improve on it.
Ginder, the co-owner of Fancy has a new line of fabric-covered pendant lights that seem especially applicable to the Seattle milieu. The colors have an opinion, but they won’t take over the room. The shape is forward without being too futuristic, and the geodesic dome vibe puts one in the mind of playgrounds, science centers, and biodynamic self-sustaining post-apocolypse communes. Or maybe that’s just me.
While you’re at it, you might look into his wallpaper, too. While it’s perhaps more of a specialty item than the lights are—you could all make a case for needing one of those—it’s absolutely worth considering.
Wouldn’t old school-style tech blooms like amazing in the guest bathroom?