Chandeliers with unexpected accents | Furniture Lighting and Decoration
Lighting can be the jewel of the house, especially when it comes to the centerpiece – the chandelier. When it comes to lighting, it’s all glass, light source and metallic finishes. In this month’s lighting gallery, however, we focused on the unexpected elements that can be found in lighting styles – leather, wood, reclaimed materials and more.
Below are a few options when looking for that unexpected accent in a fixture that you know will resonate with your clients or customers.
The Atomic Pendant from Schonbek Beyond features an orb design dressed in a leather strapping with metallic and crystal accents for a contemporary fixture designed to be a conversation piece in any room.
any room. www.schonbek.com
Lafayette, from Varaluz, is sure to set the mood in any room. Optically faceted crystal beads shimmer around hand-carved bands of reclaimed wood washed in white and gold. It also features hand-forged recycled steel with a tan gold finish. www.varaluz.com
Regina Andrew’s Coastal Living Ombre Wood Bead Chandelier features beads in varying shades of blue, draping gracefully in tiered layers, capped by a circular rattan-wrapped frame. www.reginaandrew.com
Chelsea, designed by Robin Baron for Minka Group, features a mix of materials, pairing a metallic base with linen shades and riveted leather accents. www.minkagroup.net
Maxim’s Horgen light fixture is formed from ash wood and finished with a natural Uddo oil to create a sculptural piece designed to become the focal point. Downlights enhance the beauty of wood, while creating a unique lighting effect. www.maximlighting.com
For more chandelier selections from this gallery, check out the February issue here.