We were so excited to team up recently with one of our favorite bloggers: Jaime Derringer of Design Milk. Jaime and her family just moved into a brand new home in southern California, and were eager to infuse the blank walls and empty rooms with their keen modern aesthetic.
Jaime’s style is right up our alley, so we were thrilled to help with their “House Milk” project. One of the first rooms they gussied up was the guest room (more on that here), then it was onto the dining room! Jaime chose the Zettel’z 5 Chandelier by Ingo Maurer for over their dining room table—with a twist.
The Zettel’z 5 Chandelier is meant to be an interactive piece. The clips hold 80 sheets of paper, and a mix of printed and blank sheets come with the light itself. But German designer Ingo Maurer wants the end user to contribute to the design as well, with filling in the blank sheets or adding their own.
Jaime took that idea into her own hands, experimenting with a few different kinds of paper and creating totally different looks for her dining space, using the same light fixture. Check out all of her iterations right here and let us know which is your favorite!