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.
You don't need a garden for this kind of party. Instead, dress up a rooftop deck or balcony for outdoor entertaining.
Tip: Paint a deck or patio with a rug-like design to give the area a sense of place. And unlike a real rug, this floor is a breeze to clean up.
If you love throwing dinner parties, consider decking your rooftop with a full dining set. Candlelight always works to set a romantic glow, yet this wired chandelier completes the look with unexpected glam.
Flynn made the most of this communal roof deck, where everyone can gather and enjoy the view of the Atlanta skyline in style.See the rest of this homeMore: 6 Incredible Garage ConversionsSourcebook: Industrial Style