When we spotted an advert for Mark Wilkinson Furniture, we were thrilled to notice that our Foster Pendant Lights have been thrown into the mix!
According to M. Wilkinson, ‘The Cook’s Kitchen’ is based on Edwardian styling. After the dark and cluttered design of the Victorian era, Edwardian interiors brought with them light, airy, informal spaces and this kitchen is testimony to the new bright vibe of that era.
Foster Pendants in Nickel Plate
The simple styling of the Foster Pendant means it would suit anything from country living to vintage industrial chic. We make this light from solid brass and then it is either antiqued or plated with nickel and fitted with the fluted glass shade. The nickel plated version, priced at £131.30, lends itself to modern, clean styling, whereas the antiqued brass version, priced at £109.80, suits a more traditional feel. Although typically used over a kitchen island or table, we have also seen this used in hallways and living rooms. This light is supplied with 1m of hidden flex chain and a vintage look ceiling fixing so can be adjusted to suit your home.
We hope this post has inspired you to introduce some more light and air into your home this spring. As always, we love to see your pictures. Please get in touch: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org