There are not enough adjectives in the English language to express how much I love this turquoise chandelier in this neutral room. Spectaculo! Stupendo! Extraordinaire! Anyone know how to say "to die for" in Swahili?
This giant white sphere, otherwise known as the Ikea Maskros light, adds drama and a little warmth to a Scandavian-spare dining room.
Three chandeliers make sense over a long table. They also add glamour and femininity to an otherwise spare and angular room.
A signature piece, like this Nelson Pendant Lamp, automatically becomes a focal point in any room.
While the pragmatists see a housecleaning nightmare (yes, it's going to take some effort), the dreamers dine in an airscape of bubbles. This fixture is a favorite on Houzz, and it's no wonder why.
This large, modern and colorful chandler just had to be the jumping-off point for this entire space. How else could you make this crazy mix of colors, hues and styles work?
Two large rectangular chandeliers replace the predictable three drop-pendant lights that would normally hang over a kitchen island like this one. Nice change, right?
Traditional milk-white crystal chandeliers are both elegant and whimsical in this colorful, eclectic kitchen.
Ditto on this black beauty.
This cluster chandelier in a contrasting color is the art in this room.
No art on the walls, just one giant, hot pink, fringed chandelier. How could anything else possibly complete?
This scene stealer is the giant drama queen in the middle of the room. She demands all the attention. And she gets it.
If you have the ceilings and the bank account for a Chihuly, why wouldn't you have one hanging in the middle of your living room?
I love chandeliers in bathrooms. They soften everything and add a touch of romance. This one, made of poems, does those two things wonderfully.