On Friday night, I stepped out with my parents-in-law to downtown Berkeley's Gather restaurant. The locally sourced new American cuisine restaurant featured polished concrete floors, reclaimed slab tables, and displays of in-house canned veggies artfully arranged in nooks along the walls. What really caught my eye, though, were these repeating, net-like pendant lamps seen throughout the dining space.
I knew I'd seen them before. After a quick check online, my suspicions were confirmed. Want to see where you can get your own? Find out now!
The lamps are the Roost Fish Catcher Hanging Lamps ($190-$370). Created using the same knot techniques fishermen use for their nets, the dark brown raffia twine lamps will lend an organic feel to any space in your home. I adore them. What about you?