Light Up Your Home With Chandeliers And Pendants That Shine With A Distinct Personality | Home & Garden

Chandeliers and pendants will give your space added appeal.

Classic curves

Swapping out crystals for painted wooden beads, this Empire chandelier maintains its usual curves and exudes a chic yet relaxed vibe.

Fur.nish, 3413 N. Causeway Blvd., Metairie, (504) 702-8514, Iron and pine Whitney chandelier (24 inches by 39 inches), $695.

given to abstraction

Leave it to designer Kelly Wearstler to create a practical yet sculptural light fixture that’s also an ode to modernist art.

Rivers Spencer, 3909 Magazine St., New Orleans, (504) 609-2436, Cubist chandelier (36 inches by 31.25 inches) in gold, $1,659.

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Bold and beveled

The Symphony five-light chandelier exudes golden glamor with bevelled stems, a gold leaf glaze, and an asymmetrical frame.

Lighting Inc., 8180 Earhart Blvd., New Orleans, (504) 486-5761, Five-light Symphony chandelier (27 inches by 53.75 inches), $4,829.

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Natural leveling

Highlighting casual sophistication, this substantial jute pendant will warm your space with natural texture and flattering filtered light.

Meadow Blu, Selamat two-tier cocktail pendant (24 inches by 12 inches), $245.

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Modern lines

An aged brass beauty that glistens with mid-century modern appeal, this chandelier’s linear orientation makes it ideal for illuminating a dining table or kitchen island.

Lighting Direct, James Allan Lafayette seven-light linear chandelier (24 inches by 24 inches by 40 inches), $1,010.50.

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