Fisher Island Drum Pendant

Music has always been a part of men’s lives and ever since they can remember, they have made musical instruments out of all kinds of things surrounding them. And one of the most important instruments in an orchestra , in my opinion, is the drum, because it keeps the tempo and marks the rhythm. No wonder designers from different fields have found their source of inspiration in the shape of the drum – like this beautiful Fisher Island Drum Pendant that is made to look just like a drum that is hanging from the ceiling.

It also carries the name of Fisher Island, a beautiful island in California, both hints giving you an idea about the inspiration and feeling the item suggests.The cylindrical shade that resembles a drum is placed on top of a nice metallic support with four legs. You can choose between a Merlot Bronze, or Satin Nickel and you can also choose the size of the lamp between large and small.

A very nice feature is that you can choose from a wide variety of fabrics for the lamps shade, so that you can match it with the room design and also the furniture in it: Ivory Fabric, Natural Grasscloth, Safari Fabric, Walnut, or White Grasscloth. The tiem is available now on Lumens and the price may vary between $368.00 – $806.00, depedning on your choices.



Published by in Lighting, on June 4th, 2012

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