There's just something about a chandelier that can make any room look and feel instantly poetic. I love them, and I love that there's an unending variety of them to choose from.
I'm mostly drawn to feminine/antique/semi-ornate ones, especially in really clean, almost cold spaces. But the other way around -- something funky or plain hanging in the midst of vintage surroundings -- is perfecto, too.
Translation -- any form will do. And with the right one, a room needs little else. If anything else at all.
|this classic gem hangs in greece (smart chandelier) : marilyn katsaris home via style files|
|just the right pop : living etc. via sfgirlbybay|
|this room needs not one thing else : photo mark jackson via design sponge|
|intricately gorgeous : house doctor|
|low + luminous : daniel farmer via bliss|
|something to rival a candle in the tub : photo the selby|
|blending two forms of lighting : swedish designer maliin stoor via remodelista|
|(not exactly a chandelier, but there's a hanging bulb and it's a cool idea : civico quattro via desire to inspire)|
|such pretty lights (and chair beauty, too) : via design sponge|
|smokin' : via knightcat|
|funky cool : moa og kaffekoppen via style files|
|a flea market find, re-worked to hold candles : via design sponge|
|from the parisian store, merci : karen mordechai/sunday suppers|
|lovely shade of blue : domino via erin ever after|
|spotted this stunner at jan de luz in carmel|