The intertwined design makes one think of the symbol for infinity; its loops make you stop and stare at it a good long time. Seriously, I may have to try some origami and re-create it with a long strip of paper later.
Here the light plays off the wood finishes used in the kitchen and the curves of the Cherner Chairs.
The light is an important part of the balance between straight lines and irregular ones in this contemporary home.
It's also an important part of the view from outside in the same home, centered between the large window panes.
White Nut Suspension Lights team up with glass pendants to navigate the space between the countertops and the high slanted ceiling here. The light is available in a range of colors.
Speaking of which, the light is apt in a home with midcentury modern style; it forges strong relationships with wood beams and paneling.
The light's versatility means you can use it in any room of the house. In this case its shape, materials and ambient glow add character and warmth to a dreamy closet. (After watching all of Downton Abbey over the holidays, I wonder if a closet like this comes with a modern-day Mr. Bates–like valet.)