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Monthly Archives: January 2012
The Glimmer 18 Light Chandelier is part of the new and exciting Glimmer collection by Maxim Lighting. And Lightopia had a sneak peek of this magnificent piece at The Dallas International Lighting Market in January, 2012.
PHOTO: Glimmer 18 Light Chandelier by Maxim Lighting
Maxim Lightings’ philosophy on the Glimmer collection is, “Like a constellation that sparkles in the night, the Glimmer collection features frames of rings expertly crafted and finished in choice of Polished Silver or Bronze. The rings are adorned with hundreds of clear Beveled Crystal beads which are installed one at a time by hand to create a masterpiece of lighting illuminated by xenon lamps.” An exceptional, glimmering sight from near or afar, this gorgeous chandelier is sure to delight its’ viewers.
Source: Maxim Lighting
And finally, day 5 of inspirational chandeliers featuring Timothy Horn’s Medusa Chandelier.
PHOTO: The Medusa Chandelier by Timothy Horn
Day 5 of inspirational chandeliers features Dale Chihuly’s “Fiori di Como” is located at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada and bedazzles it worldly viewers each and every moment of the day. Dale Chihuly’s expertly blown and intricately patterned glass features out of this world leaves and in this extraordinary ceiling piece.
Day 3 of inspirational chandeliers, presenting the Kou Chandelier by Item Home.
The Kou Chandelier presents a stunning centerpiece chandelier featuring uniquely shaped bone china components created by response to temperature variations in the kiln. The resulting unglazed material of the Kou Chandelier is surprisingly soft, strong and irresistibly sensuous. The Kou Chandelier is hand-assembled to maximize the impact of it’s subtle, organic sculpting, making each Kou Chandelier unique. The Kou Chandelier offers a variety of options to make your lighting the right lighting for you, including halogen or metal halide lamping options suitable for domestic or commercial applications, and a variety of sizes, configurations, silhouettes and even in matte black glass.
Source: Item Home
Day 2 of inspirational chandeliers, and the media is wood. I need to take a trip to the Tokyo Table to see this!
Sorry not much information on this chandelier, I searched through many chandeliers and most were traditionally styled just with the use of wood instead of metal or glass. This one seemed to be the largest and seemingly the most originally styled. It looks as thought they may have used leftover crates of some sort, however I have a felling they were expertly crafted just for the use of this divine chandelier.
Source:Eat, Travel, Eat Blog