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Beads of Light

Lighting is one of the most important elements in interior design and can make or break a space. Beaded chandeliers can have a huge impact, available in endless sizes, styles and materials. They can be used in any area, including foyers, lounge rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms. (If I had high enough ceilings, I would love to put a chandelier over my bath!).

Beaded chandeliers can work in any style of home, from classic to very contemporary. This style can incorporate glass, shell, crystal, metal, ceramic or plastic.

These are three of my favourites!

 

Flowerfall Chandelier from Oly San Francisco, made from cast resin.

 

Jenny Chandelier from Oly San Francisco, made of natural seashell.

 

 

Henry Chandelier from Uocmas, made with over 100 shell bead drops, finished with mother of pearl and translucent capiz shells.

Beaded chandeliers are great ways to add a final glowing touch to a room.  As a centre piece or as an accent, chandeliers can completely change the look and feel of space.

 

The Flowerfall, Jenny and Henry chandliers pictured above are all currently available at Uocmas.

 

Lily

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