Ayesha Curry’s Adjustable Pendant Lamps Are From—Wait for It—AllModern
They’re earthy without going all-out industrial.
Published Feb 16, 2023 1:38 AM
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Revisiting home tours we’ve loved always offers a fresh perspective. Case in point: While recently perusing Ayesha and Stephen Curry’s Bay Area home for inspo, we had to do a double take on the trio of earthy-meets-minimalist pendant lamps elegantly hovering above the couple’s ebonized oak dining table. The fixture’s concrete shell plays nicely with the room’s black, white, and gray palette, and its striking shape shares the same arched silhouette as the room’s statement Kelly Wearstler Roxbury side chairs. You’d expect the lamps to be custom-made or at the very least sourced from a high-end designer à la Wearstler. We had to sit down when we clocked that they came from big e-tailer AllModern.
The Campo dimmable pendant lamp has a lot going for it, so we can see why the Currys chose to go with a group of them. For starters, the light’s hanging height is adjustable, so you can scale it to your needs. The low-profile, black fabric–clad cord and chrome hardware provide just enough contrast to keep the neutral-on-neutral color scheme from skewing too one-dimensional and dark. The dimmable LED bulb that arrives with it also helps with this.
And given the fact that some of its counterparts are quite a bit pricier—Seed Design’s similar version is $580; Serena & Lily’s smaller style goes for $398; and 17 Stories‘s one-light single-cone number is $879—the $380 price tag feels more than fair.
The Campo is a clear winner with shoppers; 73 reviewers have rated the lamp a 4.7-out-of-5 stars. They highlight the light’s beauty, with one writing, “The braised black cord cover gives a finished, thoughtful look. Nothing chintzy about this light.” Another adds, “This is a stunning, well-made lamp. The color and texture are gorgeous.” According to several buyers, installation is a process best handled by two people or a professional. (Re: The thing is heavy.) But the end result is so worth it. As one satisfied reviewer put it: “Even prettier in real life. I can’t wait until the installation. This will make the room!”
And if you need a little hanging advice: When mounting pendant lights over a dining room table or a kitchen island, Brigette Romanek, the founder of Romanek Design Studio, previously told Domino, “You typically want to leave 30 to 36 inches from the top of the table to the bottom of the pendant.”