The May 2017 issue of Coastal Living carried the article Coastal Twenty 1997-2017 What’s Classic Now by Betsy Cribb and Ellen McGauley. In it they say; “The coast has its own elements of style – a library of looks woven through the homes that rise up from the shoreline. Here, we’ve celebrated 20 enduring design ideas that define today’s most beautiful beach houses.” Continue reading
House Beautiful issue for December 2016/January 2017 feature The Essentials: Bath of the Month shows a spectacular glass chandelier. These chandeliers are absolutely timeless.
“A midcentury Murano smoked-glass chandelier at the bath room entrance sets a glam scene.”
The pineapple has been a decorative motif for centuries. Continue reading
I love the clear glass chandeliers I have been seeing lately!
The February March 2014 Traditional Home magazine shows the beautiful home of Suzanne Kipp. I just LOVE the kitchen!
“Enhanced by a pair of elegant crystal chandeliers, the all white kitchen exudes glamour.”
Traditional Home February March 2014
Get the Look
HGTV Magazine uses the Crystorama’s Harper Chandelier to illustrate the article Vern Know Chandeliers. Design Star judge Vern Yip shares 10 tips for choosing and hanging the right fixture.
“Go Bold – Vern’s Tip: You can have a big, bold chandelier in a small room if you choose the right one. An all-glass or thin-frame metal chandelier is striking without taking up a lot of visual space.”
Crystorama’s Harper Collection has chandeliers in two sizes in Clear, Cognac or Ice Blue glass. Coordinating pendants in two sizes, wall bracket sconces and ceiling lights complete the look.
Log Cabin Lighting – Rustic Chandeliers
You really don’t have to follow any rules when decorating a log cabin.
“Until the 1930s, most retreats in the Rocky Mountains were decorated with either mission or Victorian furnishings.”
Rustic Traditions by Ralph R. Kylloe
Just as now, people followed their taste. Often lighting was designed by the architect to fit the proportions and scale of each room.