A statement light fixture goes a long way, wouldn't you say? When I put my hand over it and pretend it's not there, the room takes on a completely different vibe for me. With it, it's bohemian chic, without, it's contemporary and ecclectic.
In college I took an architecture class. My professor told me something that has always stuck and that I go back to often when working on a space. He said, "If you want to see how important an element is to the end result of a design, envision it being gone, and then you will see the weight it holds, big or small, and it's true value." Very true, wouldn't you agree?