9 Design Firms Feature Arteriors Lighting & Furniture

If you are tackling a decorating project and are looking for lighting inspiration, check out some unique chandeliers and pendants below by Arteriors.   Arteriors has impressed us in recent years with an incredible array of transitional lighting.  We love the designs because of their flexibility to be used in varying room styles. As an example, take the rustic iron swivel barstool, which we have featured below.  You might imagine it in an industrial styled rustic kitchen, but it also looks great paired with sleek, modern marble.  Who knew?!  Sometimes you need to throw in the unexpected when pulling together a room.  Take a look below at nine room shots from designers and architects from around the country and see how they have used Arteriors in their projects.  We have included convenient links to purchase the fixtures:

Russian Hill - John Maniscalco Architecture
Hyde Park Renovation
We love this kitchen, designed by John Maniscalco Archtecture.  Spotted is our Iron Swivel Barstool!  Click here to order.
House of Blues
The room above, by Andrew Howard Interior Design, features a nice balance of the natural wood and fibers on the chairs with the pops of color in the flowers and in the wall art.  We especially love seeing our Diallo Large White Coral Chandelier featured in the room shot.  It adds a beachy feel and provides textural contrast with its shiny white finish.
Beachside Residence
Greenwich Home
We love the clean look of the Polished Nickel Glass Orb Pendant — it blends nicely into the kitchen design in the above photo by MuseInteriors and this one below by Anders Lasater Archtects.
Hykes Residence
The Polished Nickel Glass Orb Pendant – Click Here to Buy
Kellogg Road Residence
The Jada Chandelier looks great in the above room shot featuring a kitchen by Martha O’Hara Interiors.  The neutral hue blends nicely into a variety of room settings.
Dining Room
This contemporary dining room designed and built by Spinnaker Development features one of the finishes of the Caviar Cluster Chandelier.  The clusters come in various sizes and finishes.
It also looks playful and fun in this kids’ space by Daniel Conlon Architechts:
Connecticut Classic
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