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Go ahead, be Brutal. While Brutalism isn't by any means the new kid on the block, it's definitely making a huge resurgence with interiors and with fashion. The oxidized look of Brutalist brass sculpture is the exact opposite of the cheap, contractor-grade entry chandelier that gave the golden finish a bad rap for years.
Hi, me again. Remember when I mentioned my paint-spraying phase involving traditional chandeliers? Consider this Exhibit A.
The scarlet lighting above my rooftop dining table can best be described as Exhibit B. I still stand by this idea. If the brass of an otherwise well-made chandelier ain't too purdy, paint it. You can always take home the gold by sporting it somewhere else.
Now THIS is what I call a Gold Rush....mmkay? A quick upward glance in this modern Malibu home may often result in an 18-karat headrush. The fixture is made of seagrass embedded in eco-friendly resin illuminated from behind by a hidden, custom lightbox. This fierce focal point ain't small either; Big Momma is 35 feet long...the width of my ENTIRE Atlanta home. *sigh*