At The Well Appointed House we strive to always bring you the latest, most cutting edge products found in the design world, as best reflected in our luminous lighting department. A new lighting fixture can transport your room from dated to daring in one flick of the switch, which means choosing a lamp or chandelier should be just as important as choosing the fabric for your window treatments or sofa style. We love this Large Clear Glass Star Chandelier for a holiday house: it would look great illuminating a screened in porch in the Adirondacks or in the mud room at your ski house.
The metal edges add a toughness to an otherwise very delicate glass fixture.
One of my all time favorite chandeliers to use in polyvore sets is the Capiz Shell Chandelier. Its bone colored flakey shells are layered on top of one another and catches the light beautifully. We also carry a square version, which is just as stylish.
This chandelier could work as well in a Malibu beach house as it would in a trendy New York City loft. It’s always important to combine different textures when creating a well appointed room, which is another reason to love this chandelier. Shells on the ceiling? It’s where innovation and style come together to create something beautiful and unexpected.
The possibilities are really endless when it comes to where to put this one of a kind, hand made papier mache chandelier. It would look great in an under the sea themed children’s room, a sea side retreat’s kitchen or bathroom… even a great accent in a sea food restaurant. Pictured in Bahamian Blue, it is also available in white, black, aqua, pink, and Yorktown green.
When it comes to finding the perfect chandelier for your kitchen you need look no further than our Multi Bowl nickel fixture. Made to look like giant ladles, its modern nickel finish makes it a sharp, sleek and sexy addition to your cooking space.
We used this piece to decorate our Jeff Lewis inspired space because we thought the house flipper and TV personality would appreciate how the designer used a classic kitchen icon and gave it a modern, unexpected update.
The Coral inspired Chandelier is a fine example of craftsmanship and a alternative way to bring art into your space. Who says it has to be hung on the wall to make it a masterpiece?
It would look adorable in a little girl’s room, not to mention a conservatory or garden themed room. As if its bright green color wasn’t fun enough, the quirky bird cage base, handmade in Mexico, sets it apart on the fun-o-meter. If you want to customize your quirkiness you might like our Tree and Bird Lamp with which comes in a bevy of different shade and base color combinations to fit the color palette of your room.