A DASH OF MODERN DINING ROOM LIGHTING
Whether you are hosting a Thanksgiving dinner or simply enjoying your morning breakfast, the right dining room lighting can make a massive difference to the experience.
From suspended pendants and overarching floor lamps to innovative overhead lighting and awe-inducing chandeliers, contemporary lights by FLOS truly help you live every moment in the space to its fullest. Cruise through our collection of soothing lights and find inspiration in them to craft modern dining room lighting concepts that can help you unwind.
A house Marcel Wanders once lived in, which featured an old and ornate plaster ceiling that he dubbed his “Skygarden,” inspired this artistic piece. Wishing that he could take this “garden on the ceiling” with him when he moved, Wanders created this pendant lamp so that he could do just that—and share it with the world.view product
Inspired by industry, the Fucsia 3 is stark and sophisticated.view product
Inspired by a minimalist design, Paolo Rizzatto created this timeless piece in 1973.view product
What is more industrious than a beehive? Achille and Pier Giacamo Castiglioni were known for their ability to take everyday objects and re-imagine them with a a unique, industrialized spin. Here, they drew their inspiration from a beehive—bustling with energy and remarkably efficient.view product
An update on the famous 1960s creation by the Castiglioni brothers, Achille Castiglioni designed this piece for “community areas, lobbies and rooms that need a lot of light for special occasions,” without sacrificing style and beauty.view product
When they created the AIM ceiling light, brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec wanted to keep its core essence limited to the source of light and its cord. By doing that, they ensured that the AIM is versatile enough for any setting not only because of its appearance, but also because it provides a convenient, easily "aimed" light.view product
The Castiglioni brothers drew their inspiration for the Arco lamp from something they saw every day: a streetlight. Using commercially available parts, they set out to design a piece that was technically innovative and visually appealing—a lamp that was functional but wouldn’t need to be stepped around. They finished it with a marble base, knowing that the same weight would take up less space, allowing the Arco to live in—not take over—the room it illuminated.view product
I have always been fascinated with the parallel that exists between Lighting and Jewelry. Starting from the simple fact of how each piece relates to human scale: one is designed to be worn on the body whereas the other is made to decorate the space someone occupies. I’m challenged in how the delicate nature of something small can be translated spatially and still manages to retain its preciousness in the way materials are presented. It is no coincidence that the word “pendant” has a double meaning. Existing both as a piece of jewelry that hangs from a chain worn around the neck, and a light designed to hang from the ceiling.view product
Jasper inspired by the industrial nature of the fixtures he saw. “I’ve always liked the industrial and functional character of these lights,” he says. “I wanted to make a project out of them, looking for some way of making use of their efficiency in delivering light, and the forms themselves which are so much a part of the good atmosphere of industrial spaces.”view product
Renowned for his contribution to the modern architectural movement in lighting, creator Gino Sarfatti designed the 2097 in accordance with his legendary utilitarianism and overall desire to create humble yet powerful pieces.view product