A while back I wrote about the design at Cecconi’s, the hotspot restaurant at Soho Beach House. With silver buttonwood trees, twinkling lights and long George Smith Chesterfield sofas for lounging over dinner, designer Vicky Charles did a wonderful job of creating a dreamy, relaxed vibe. Cecconi’s provides so much design inspiration, from pulling up a sofa to your dining table to these great pendant lights that would look great indoors or out. When I initially posted, I talked about how you could DIY the pendant lights that are made from vintage glass jars fitted with filament bulbs. However, I just saw that West Elm just started selling several different versions that look identical to the lights at Cecconi’s, (see, everyone is inspired by hotel design these days!) The green, gray, and clear glass jars come in a few different sizes and are sold individually or as three and five jar chandeliers. If you’re lucky enough to have a covered terrace or a porch these lights would look amazing in hung in groups over a table or above seating areas. Lighting really sets the tone of a space, and these provide a beautiful glow. More photos of Cecconi’s below along with the West Elm lights. Cheers!