I try not to play favorites, but Patrick Townsend’s White Orbit Chandelier is an ingenious work of lighting art I’ve always admired. I’ve also admired what a bunch of different creatives have done with it – placing it in rooms that are traditional, eclectic, modern, transitional and contemporary with aplomb.
Urban Global Style. I love the way the Orbit looks with exposed brick. Especially when the rest of the room is mostly white.
Clean and Contemporary. Susan Manrao uses it to navigate all of that empty space supplied by very high ceilings.
Eclectic and Colorful. We’re so grateful that Design Public customer Sarah Yates sent us these photos of her Orbit in action against her colorful wall hanging and dark wall. Loving that aqua bullet planter and bright yellow shell chair too – what a great dining room she has (check out more of it here).
Modern Bohemian. Love love love when Victoria finally hung hers (I think she’s moved a few times since then, if you follow her blog, but I loved the round up she did here of more Orbits in action).
Cozy and Collected. The Orbit fits right in without taking over in this quirky and cozy eat-in kitchen nook by Wettling Architects, adding a contemporary geometric object to the vintage metal letters, pedestal table, suzani fabric and the rest of the mix.
Ready to get one now that they are back? Learn more about them and check out other colors here.
Hi, I'm Becky. I live in Atlanta. Besides acting as the Editorial Director here on Hatch, you can find me talking design over at Houzz. Make me happy — leave a comment!