Favorite Statement Lighting Pieces

June 03, 2020

There are so many ways we “finish” a room, creating comfort and visual interest, and setting the scene for interaction and conversation. But the perfect statement lighting – a uniquely impactful marriage of form and function – provides us with the opportunity to add personality to a space while spotlighting its other architectural and design features and flattering inhabitants.

Here are five stunning statement lighting fixtures we love, featured in Workshop/APD-designed rooms:


Subordinate Antler Chadelier by Roll & Hill

In a modern ski house, this antler-inspired chandelier draws the eye and activates the space, emphasizing the great room’s height and soaring vaulted ceiling. It’s natural forms recall the home’s wooded landscape of the home and provide contrast in a sleek room.

Chandelier 10 Grand Nuage by Design Huere

Scale is key, and Design Heure’s soaring Chandelier 10 Grand Nuage balances modern design and a sizable presence perfectly. The chandelier’s shades are attached to adjustable steel cables achieveing a delicate, lightweight design to set off our modern lake house project.

Fouette II by Niamh Barry

While searching for the perfect artwork for the master bedroom of this Aspen home, we discovered a stunning chandelier of polished bronze, handmade glass and LED lights by Niamh Barry, a firm favorite. It’s a captivating, sculptural moment that sets off the concrete wall finish and adds warmth and allure to the space.

DDP 8049 Web

Cumulus Chandelier by Ted Abramczyk

Swirling, organic forms comprise Ted Abramczyk’s Cumulus Chandelier, a dramatic departure in an otherwise geometric, angular room. Positioned directly over the dining table, the gentle, cloud-like piece is at once practical and artful.

Here, the a dynamic, organic fixture ties in golden tones in a New York City dining room’s artwork artwork and accessories, unifying the space and bringing a touch of nature from nearby Central Park inside.