She’s been shedding light since medieval times, illuminating everything from palaces, cathedrals, hotel, and private homes, and she’s transformed herself even more times than Madonna or Kylie.
Over time the chandelier evolved from a simple source of light to a visual statement. It’s the original bling bling, but as minimalism started to dictate interior design towards the end of the last century the chandelier sadly went out of fashion, until now of course. The chandelier is back in Vogue and as with all revived fashions it’s bigger and more contemporary than ever.
The San Marco
Made in Italy from hand blown murano glass giving it a traditional artisan style. It’s a classic shape with clean lines that gives it that contemporary edge.
This chandelier is perfect for above a dining table. Very contemporary in style it was designed by Maurizio Ferrari, and it really signifies the new movement in chandelier design.
ECC Living and Lighting $1899
Zettel Light by Ingo Maurer
This light is a design heavy weight and optimises how far the chandelier has come. It’s made out of 80 sheets of rice and each sheet has a different little saying on it.
Small - $1750
Large - $1800
Designed by UK designer Tom Dixon and its made out of anodised metal with blown satin shades at the end of each arm. It’s design is a meeting of the two forms – classical and futuristic
ECC Living and Lighting $4849
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